Researchers at Cranfield University are working on a new test to detect SARS-CoV-2 in the wastewater of communities infected with the virus.
In a time when we are all adjusting to a new way of working as a result of COVID-19, it is interesting to reflect on what this might mean for how we work in the longer term.
There’s now £1 billion more food in people’s houses than three weeks ago.
Roger Crook comments on what the role of the UK military may be in tackling COVID-19.
Cranfield researchers have been part of a pioneering project that could radically reduce the number of multi-vehicle collisions on motorways.
Findings from a new study could explain higher CFC gas emissions from chemicals used in insulation foams and in older refrigeration and cooling systems
Comments by Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power at Cranfield University
Dr Duncan Hodges, Senior Lecturer in Cyberspace Operations, comments on the increased risk of cyber attacks
An innocent consumer “substitution” could create serious consequences for other supply chains that are critical to society and life.
Dr Natalia Falagan was among British experts in India on a scoping study tour to develop a local model for Post-Harvest Management and cold-chain storage hub.
Boeing has joined the £65 million Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC), due to become operational this summer at Cranfield University.
Cranfield University’s commitment to green aviation has been enhanced with two new appointments to research environment and aerospace as interdependent subjects
Cranfield is looking to recruit the world’s best up-and-coming research staff to its new 75th Anniversary Research Fellowship Scheme
Research has found that using 3D printed models to present evidence in court cases can help to improve a jury’s understanding of technical language
Cranfield academics have spoken at the UN about how artificial intelligence (AI) could help with monitoring opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan.