Cranfield University has appointed Professor Karen Holford CBE FREng as its new Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor
Professor Emma Parry from Cranfield School of Management comments on the findings of the Office of National Statistics report ‘Homeworking in the UK: hours, opportunities and rewards’.
Cranfield University has become a founding member of the UK-Singapore Universities Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Cranfield University’s Defence and Security Programme has won prestigious dual-accreditation status with ILM.
A new 1.5 MWth pilot plant is being built at Cranfield University to test an innovative hydrogen production technology that substantially reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
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Cranfield University recently hosted its third Unilever Innovation Accelerator
A Cranfield-led consortium has won funding that will look into the cyber security risks posed by a digitally-enabled, low-carbon transport service.
Cranfield University has been ranked as one of the leading specialist science and technology universities in England in the Knowledge Exchange Framework published by Research England.
Most businesses were ill-prepared to deal with the pandemic and muddled though the challenges stemming from it, according to a report published today
Demonstrating that sustainable propulsion technology has a clear route to market, the Cranfield Aerospace Solutions led consortium’s technology programme will accelerate the journey to zero-emissions, passenger-carrying service.
Neha Chauhan, Cranfield Alumna, has been announced as the winner of the Entrepreneurial Award at the 2021 Study UK Alumni Awards in India.
The new Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Cooling and Cold Chain has taken a major step forward with a funding boost from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
Experts from Cranfield University are helping protect one of the UK’s rarest wildlife species, by providing data allowing environmentalists to identify its ideal habitats.
Cranfield University research using data from smart meters has found that household water consumption changed significantly after the start of the COVID-19 lockdown.