Pioneering a new joining process for deep-sea pipelines
A review of agroecological and regenerative farming systems, characterised agroecological farming research capability in the UK, and explored the role of “living lab” trial networks.
It’s not scrap – developing composite material recycling and remanufacturing
Developing advanced fibre optic sensors for aircraft and flight test
Cranfield developed a new technology for removing ethylene inside packaging. This innovative technology is now being used throughout the supply chain, among growers, distributors and retailers.
Developing future advanced capture technology options for gas-fired power plants
New global standard adopted by UNFC
Developing the next generation of Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plants
Developing a novel multi-use offshore platform for Europe’s future energy
Extracting rare earth elements (REE) and valuable metals from the UK’s landfill sites
Cranfield researchers looked at the underlying science of two main technologies from Bluewater Bio
Evaluating the opportunities for enabling effective collaboration with existing local water initiatives in arid Arequipa, Peru
Research has demonstrated how the manufacture of more lightweight ‘green’ vehicles with aluminium engines actually means the use of up to four times more energy
Wastes can be used as fuels in combustion processes, or used as feedstock for producing energy-rich gases, liquid fuels and chemicals
Cranfield research looked at the removal of contaminants from water sources used for drinking