Focussing on the development, integration and operation of novel, sustainable and green power and propulsion technologies
Supporting commercialisation, reducing time to market and combining technology, business and technology transfer solutions
We enable the development of more secure societies through high-quality research, education and consultancy
This group undertakes research into understanding the chemistry and thermal decomposition chemistry of energetic materials
The LETC group comprises more than 15 academic and research staff as well as several doctoral candidates with significant experience in both industry and academia.
Materials, physics and engineering to a wide range of defence, security and industrial challenges
Focused on multi-disciplinary activities mapped across different technology readiness levels
National Flying Laboratory Centre (NFLC) is responsible for operating aircraft for Cranfield University including the Saab 340B
Performing independent test and evaluation on weapon systems and explosive stores
We are the focus for solid propellant research and the understanding of their material science and chemical properties
The Centre of Excellence for Complex Systems provides opportunities for research degree study in various areas of systems engineering
Our team has first-hand experience in managing airline and military aircraft operations, accident investigation, design and certification
The Group is active in the areas of explosives and CBR detection - working to develop new and improve current detection equipment.
A Strategic Leadership Programme (SLP) was delivered over five days in Mombasa, Kenya
Developing materials for a sustainable and fair society