Next generation of engineers set to explore the future of autonomous driving technology
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced the National Beyond visual line of site Experimentation Corridor (NBEC), based at Cranfield University, as one of six participants to join the ‘Innovation Sandbox’.
Academics from across Cranfield University, have today paid tribute to the impact of Niki Lauda on the world of motorsport, aviation and business.
Researchers are developing a mathematical model for motion sickness that will help stop people becoming ill when travelling in autonomous vehicles.
A group of students from Cranfield University has won a £5,000 prize from Unilever to help them develop the next generation of ice cream products.
The UK Aerospace Research Consortium (UK-ARC) members recently met with the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), at Cranfield University.
The location will help to increase L3’s flight training capacity for cadets across its European training programs.
Marshall of Cambridge has announced today that it intends to relocate Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (MADG) and that it has identified Cranfield as one of its three preferred locations.
Cranfield is delighted to announce that Professor David Oglethorpe will be joining the University as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Cranfield School of Management.
Cranfield University’s customised programme for the UK Government will reach the milestone of 1,000 participants when the next cohort arrives in May.
Cranfield University and The Alan Turing Institute have jointly appointed Mark Briers as Professor of Cyber Security.
Peer-to-peer bonuses may seem to offer short-term benefits, but could damage performance and wellbeing in the long term.
In support of INWED 2019, Cranfield University hosted an interactive event encouraging female students to consider a career in engineering.
Halo X-ray Technologies Ltd, a next-generation X-ray security scanner developed using technology produced at Cranfield and Nottingham Trent Universities, has been awarded $1.6 million.
A Cranfield University psychologist is urging MPs to do all they can to maintain clear thinking.