Soil contains three times the amount of carbon than is found in the atmosphere, making it a vital part of efforts to mitigate climate change.
Some of the world's leading thinkers in water and wastewater technology will be attending the LET2019 Conference in Edinburgh
The technicians have been shortlisted for national awards at the Higher Education Technicians Summit (HETS). They recognise the skills, talent and experience of technicians in higher education and research, across the UK and Ireland.
Cranfield University has launched a fundraising campaign to replace its ageing Jetstream 31
A new consortium training the next generation of global talent in environmental engineering, advanced manufacturing and the health care sciences have joined forces.
A consortium including Cranfield University has been granted £28 million to build an Institute of Digital Technology at Bletchley Park
The shortlist for the MK:U International Design Competition for a new model university in the Oxford to Cambridge innovation arc has been announced today.
A multi-university competition at Cranfield Airport last week brought together teams of university students in a game of offence and defence using unmanned air vehicles (UAVs).
Businesses across the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership region are being encouraged to take advantage of the final stages of a grant programme run by Cranfield University
Cranfield University is one of 24 institutions to receive early-stage funding from UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Strength in Places Fund.
Professor Jim Harris comments on the recent launch of the UN's 'Decade of Ecosystem Restoration'
Increased costs and rising political instability may be driving manufacturers to reduce sourcing from China in favour of doing more business with European suppliers, data in a new report suggests.
The first students on a new Master’s degree in management and leadership have commenced their studies
A team from Cranfield is designing a space rocket to launch above the US later this year.
New report shows companies fear over-dependence on suppliers and sourcing from high-risk countries