A team of students from Cranfield University, calling themselves the Wave Whisperers, has won the inaugural Bombora Wave Power Challenge Cup, following a weekend of both technical and sporting challenges.
Academics from across Cranfield University, have reacted to the announcement by the UK Government that it intends for the UK to eradicate its net contribution to climate change by 2050.
Professor Emma Parry says humans need to develop the right skills to be good co-workers with robots, and businesses need to train employees for this.
A Cranfield researcher won the ‘weird and wonderful’ category in the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s annual competition.
A charity which helps improve the lives of people overseas, especially in the developing world, is celebrating its 50th anniversary
Growing pressure on the retail sector could increase risk-taking in the supply chain.
The imposition by the US of 5% tariffs on goods imported from Mexico will have far-reaching consequences, an expert in global finance has warned.
Cranfield University and SEMLEP are co-hosting an event for businesses to learn more about the future of supply chain logistics on 5 June 2019
An on-board camera has captured the moment a Cranfield University-designed “space sail” was successfully deployed in orbit above the Earth’s surface.
On a visit to Cranfield University, the Swedish Ambassador to the United Kingdom met with senior representatives of both the University and Saab
Cranfield University is working with Colombian partner FUNDEBAN to improve smallholders’ banana irrigation management practices
Jack Stockford, lecturer in aircraft design, visited Brooksward primary school in Milton Keynes as part of their STEM week
Santander has today announced it is backing MK:U, providing £30 million of funding to help establish the university
Cranfield University is hosting an intense three-day "hackathon" where the next generation of engineers explore the future of autonomous driving software
The CAA has announced the National Beyond visual line of site Experimentation Corridor, based at Cranfield University, as one of six participants to join the ‘Innovation Sandbox’