Cranfield University

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Only eight of UK’s top 100 companies headed by women, report says
Cranfield finds progress on gender targets but still too few female chairs, chief executives and chief financial officers

Julia Kollewe

06, Oct, 2021 @11:01 PM

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Marek Miller obituary
Other lives: Consultant urological surgeon at Northampton general hospital who was an expert in vasectomy reversal

Richard O’Brien

20, Sep, 2021 @5:32 PM

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‘They said we were eccentrics’: the UK team developing clean aviation fuel
In the search for sustainable flying, Cranfield University might have found the answer in hydrogen

Gwyn Topham

14, Aug, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Ten UK universities divest from fossil fuels
Institutions with endowments worth £115m are withdrawing their investments from fossil fuels ahead of crunch UN climate talks in Paris

Emma Howard

10, Nov, 2015 @3:36 PM

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Government avert cyber security 'gap' with drive to recruit computer skills
Schemes range from GCHQ interest in small firms to schools' hacking race, with £210m boost to security strategy

Jemima Kiss

12, Dec, 2013 @7:47 PM

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Out in the field: postgrad students make the world their business

Postgraduate business courses offer experiences ranging from the European parliament to work in Mongolian villages

Stephen Hoare

09, Nov, 2013 @10:00 AM

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John Stollery obituary

Other lives: Distinguished engineer who inspired three generations of students and helped the understanding of high-speed flight

Ian Poll

08, Aug, 2013 @11:15 AM

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Lord Chilver obituary

Engineer who was a key figure in the evolution of the Cranfield Institute of Technology

Pat McKeown

25, Jul, 2012 @12:22 PM

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Is Cranfield's postgraduate-only university a model for the future?
What plans do ministers have for postgraduates? Plans that don't involve state funding, of course

Harriet Swain

23, Jan, 2012 @6:30 PM

Science lessons week seven: Fireworks

In this episode, high-powered reactions too dangerous to demonstrate in school.

07, Aug, 2007 @11:03 PM

Cranfield University goes to Australia

A UK university is setting up shop on Australian soil to share anti-terrorism expertise. David Cohen reports.

David Cohen

07, Aug, 2007 @10:58 PM

Cranfield University

Cranfield is unique in its wholly postgraduate focus. Its strengths lie in aeronautics, defence, engineering, manufacturing and natural resources. With only 3,000 students (and only around a fifth of them are women) Cranfield is a close-knit and compact university, with a mature and professionally focused attitude. Its campuses are in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, rural Silsoe, less than 20km away (a free shuttle bus connects the two) and Shrivenham for the Defence College of Management and Technology. There are excellent employment prospects for Cranfield graduates

28, May, 2007 @11:15 PM

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