A leading expert in the area of women in leadership has spoken of her mixed feelings over “the story of two halves”.
Investigating how data can be captured from products that are in use, in order to make them last longer
Two engineers named in the Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering
A team from Cranfield has won a NATO Excellence Award for a workshop on toxic contamination on live-fire military ranges.
Emeritus Professor David Grayson, CBE, co-authors new book on sustainability.
The Research Council of Norway, has appointed Cranfield to assess the impact of digital technologies on the passenger journey.
On International Women in Engineering Day 2018, Boeing UK teamed up with Cranfield University to host ‘Raise the Bar’, an all-day engineering careers showcase for female students.
Researchers have validated the authenticity of a jacket worn by a British Army officer at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815
Christian Horner OBE, receives honorary degree from Cranfield University.
How today’s business crises could be avoided using a model pioneered 60 years ago
Inaugural Global Supply Chain Risk Report now available
Cranfield University students work on mixed reality maintenance practises with Marshall Aerospace and Defence group
A ‘ground-breaking’ ceremony has today commemorated the start of construction on a new £3.2 million agri-informatics facility at Cranfield University.
Defra has confirmed its long-term support for the National Reference Centre for Soils and associated information system, LandIS
Cranfield University’s Aerospace Integration Research Building has received its second award in as many months. The building project has scooped the honour at the LABC East Awards