Professor Terry calls for a paradigm shift in funding strategies to tackle food waste
Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart visited Cranfield on Friday to hear about the latest developments at the University
The Nano Membrane Toilet has been named as one of the ‘50 Ideas to Change the World’ by the Financial Times.
This year's symposium looked at the materials we make, how we make them and how we will use them in the future.
New performance-testing evidence has demonstrated how large employers are over-investing in new IT estate.
Cranfield University is pleased to announce the appointment of Alison Whaley as its new Director of Student Experience.
Local students help to kick-start a project aiming to produce a comprehensive map of the soil quality from central Luton.
Cranfield University has partnered with insurance scheme Pool Re to appoint Professor Andrew Silke as Professor of Terrorism Risk Management and Resilience.
Data from Cranfield University is underpinning the Welsh Government’s new Predictive Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) Map.
Professionals who want to work part-time have to do more than renegotiate their working hours. They also have to redesign their jobs to reduce outputs
Nineteen partner universities from eight European countries met at Cranfield University to discuss scientific and technology research collaboration opportunities.
For the fifth time in its history, Cranfield is the proud recipient of a prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize. The University is one of only eight institutions to have won the award on five or more separate occasions
Commenting on the news that Aston Martin have announced a potential move into Formula 1
The Silver Employer Recognition award to recognise and reward UK employers that support veterans, military spouses and cadet instructors, as well as reservists
Technology based on the use of ion exchange and selective media (SMARTech3) is unveiled as part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 SMART-Plant project.