Currency fluctuations may be being exploited by companies seeking to save money, report finds
The team involved in excavating and analysing 19th century burials from Rat Island in Gosport harbour has won the prestigious MOD Sanctuary Award for Best Heritage Project 2017.
The resident bees at Cranfield University have once again been busy making honey over the summer months, resulting in the annual harvest of its hives.
Innovation centre for ‘AvTech’ to open in December, with advice and mentoring for SMEs to accelerate their business and access to world-class experts and facilities
A new bursary will open doors for employees working within charities and not-for-profit organisations to allow them to gain a world-class management education qualification.
A report, published by Cranfield University and the National Farmers Union, highlights the benefits for water users of more flexible mechanisms to access water during dry periods.
Cranfield University is partnering with Purdue University in the United States to offer a suite of graduate-level education programmes for the US Department of Defense (DOD).
Cranfield University is part of a new programme to test the European Union’s readiness to manage a broad range of drone operations and their interaction with manned aviation.
In a paper published in leading academic journal, Human Resource Management Journal, Cranfield School of Management expert, Professor Clare Kelliher, argues that there is a need to review how we think about ‘work-life balance’.
Cranfield School of Management’s Executive MBA has been named the 8th best in the world by the Financial Times
NERC is investing over £100 million over the next 5 years as part of its support of environmental science PhD training in the 2nd round of the Doctoral Training Partnerships programme.
Cranfield University is pleased to announce that Martin Skote has been appointed as Airbus Professor of Landing Systems Engineering.
A new terrorism guide aims to increase understanding
Business chiefs and local authority leaders came together at Cranfield University to discover a new concept that promises to offer fast, efficient and congestion-free urban and inter-city air travel.
Professor David Denyer has been given a fellowship from the British Academy of Management