The business school was ranked 2nd in Europe for the learning experience and knowledge that students gain throughout their time at Cranfield.
Heathrow Airport is looking to understand how electric aircraft will impact future infrastructure needs with the help of researchers from Cranfield University, the University of Essex and the University of Reading.
Cranfield University’s National Flying Laboratory Centre’s (NFLC) fleet expansion became a reality this month with the transfer of ownership of its latest asset, a Saab 340B aircraft.
The ongoing uncertainty around Brexit is encouraging many manufacturers and retailers to consider other supplier locations in low cost, higher risk countries to avoid possible trade barriers
Cranfield University is investing £3.5 million in the latest forensic science technology at its Cranfield campus
Inspiring future engineers to put their design and building skills to the test
Cranfield University has been awarded its 6th Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its work supporting the nation’s aero-engineering students
Cranfield University and the International Water Association have announced fifteen new scholarships to develop the water scientists and engineers of the future.
CAeS has received the backing of the UK Government for a project to design, manufacture and integrate a hybrid-electric propulsion into an electric aircraft
Leading expert in AI, machine learning, wireless communication, and nano-scale networking, Professor Weisi Guo, has joined Cranfield University as its first Professor of Human Machine Intelligence.
Scholarships to boost the UK’s skill base as it looks to achieve a target of ‘net-zero’ greenhouse gas emissions.
Dr Atewologun has won the Inspiring Board Leader award at The Precious Awards, which celebrate the professional achievements of women of colour in the UK.
Professor Gokhan Inalhan has been appointed as Professor of Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence at Cranfield University, a position sponsored by BAE Systems
Dr Duncan Hodges warns cyber attack on Labour Party may be precursor to bigger, more sophisticated attacks
Network Rail and Cranfield School of Management have agreed an educational partnership between the two organisations.