ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ has scooped two awards for its hydrogen research at the 2024 Hydrogen Awards, held at Keele University on 27 February.
Dr Karl Harrison writes for The Conversation.
A novel bio-based process able to remove and recover phosphorus from wastewater has won almost half a million pounds of funding from OFWAT.
The Leverhulme Trustâ€™s grant will support the CONNECT, a collaborative effort with Roehampton University to study the interaction of human agency and freshwater ecosystems
Applications have opened for the second ever FIA Motorsport Engineering Scholarship in partnership with ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥.
Applications have opened for the Healthcare Technologies Capability Connector Accelerator, a partnership led by the University of Hertfordshire in collaboration with ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ and Imperial College London.
Now 80th in the world, the Cranfield MBA has been ranked 9th in the UK and 27th in Europe.
A new research centre is being formed to enhance and develop the natural abilities of micro-organisms in cleaning up our planet
Experts at ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ are leading a two-year project which combines Synthetic Aperture Radar with uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAV).
ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ is a collaborative partner in an international project which involves sending a custom-designed 3D metal printer powered by lasers to the ISS.
Cranfield Airport is extending its capabilities with the construction of a new radar surveillance system, which will be the first on-site radar facility in 30 years.
ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ and Milton Keynes City Council to collaborate on the future of higher education as formal MK:U partnership comes to an end
ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ is a member of an innovative research and stakeholder hub, established to help the UK address land use and agriculture as a major greenhouse gas emitting sector.
An annual survey of sustainability in higher education has placed ÂãÁÄÖ±²¥ 40th out of 151 institutions.
Frank joined Cranfield in 1967 and developed his interests in accident investigation, establishing the now world-renowned Aircraft Accident Investigation course in 1977