Cranfield University has been awarded more than £200,000 to help UK higher education to identify and manage risks arising from international collaborations.
The world’s leaders will be gathering in the UK in November 2021 to reassert their commitment to tackling climate change .
Cranfield University is working with industry and academic partners to develop a new kind of overhead railway line mast made from composite materials with integrated smart sensors.
MK:U, the new higher education institution in Milton Keynes, celebrated a milestone last week, with the start of its first ever degree apprenticeship course.
Cranfield School of Management today published its Women to Watch list 2021, as a supplement to its annual Female FTSE Board Report
Cranfield School of Management has today (7 October) published its Female FTSE Board Report 2021, an annual analysis of the progress of women directors on FTSE 350 corporate boards.
Cranfield University has joined Spirit Europe’s Aerospace Innovation Centre (AIC) as an academic partner at the newly opened research and development facility in Prestwick, Scotland.
Cranfield University has launched a custom-made executive development programme addressing management and leadership skills shortage at scale, eligible to be funded by the apprenticeship levy.
Professor Clare Kelliher, Professor of Work and Organisation, comments on the end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Luton-based small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) working in or supplying the aviation sector will be eligible for free coaching and support to grow their business from experts at Cranfield School of Management
The first flight by a hybrid electric aircraft across the English Channel has landed at Cranfield Airport in Bedfordshire.
An environmentally-conscious coffee brand started by a Cranfield School of Management alumnus has captured the attention of one of the investors from the BBC’s Dragons’ Den.
A new partnership between Cranfield University and the UK’s leading holiday park operator aims to develop the leisure sector’s talent of the future.
Babcock International Group, the aerospace, defence and security company, is renewing its partnership with Cranfield University as part of its ongoing commitment to invest in technology research.
A garden developed for this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show by Cranfield University and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is encouraging the UK’s 30 million gardeners to save water.