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Cranfield University (a wholly postgraduate institution) has a global reputation for inspirational teaching and research, industrial-scale facilities and superior links with industry and commerce. From unique cabin evacuation research to finding life on Mars, from a frost blanket for racecourses to zero-emission cars, and from the next generation of anti-landmine devices to technologies to monitor and manage chronic diseases, Cranfield’s focus is squarely on the application of its research to meet the needs of society and industry.
Cranfield University has a vibrant international community and is a very popular destination for students from all over the world. Our students benefit from excellent teaching delivered by our world-renowned academics, state-of-the-art facilities and real-life industry projects with leading global organisations. The atmosphere at Cranfield is very professional but our students also enjoy campus life and get involved in a wide variety of clubs, societies and associations.
It is a privilege to welcome top science students from around the world to Cranfield. We look forward to introducing our variety scientific research and demonstrating its significant impact in the real-world.
Plastic plays such an intimate role in our daily lives, from the contact lenses we wear, to the containers we consume our food in. While its creation may have paved the way to a more convenient and innovative society, the question is, at what cost? Plastic dependency Single-use plastic is the main culprit that has permeated our daily lives and is now polluting our beautiful lands and oceans....
12 June 2019
My passion for science and the desire to find answers began at a young age, examining the array of colours on flower petals and pondering over how or why it is that colour. It has since then developed into a lifelong goal to discover new and wondrous principles that will hopefully lead to making lives better. I arrived in the U.K at the age of 10. One of the main challenges that arose was my unde...
07 April 2018
Let’s start with the facts: An estimated 880 million people still don't have regular access to clean water. On average, women in developing countries walk 6 Kilometers a day to collect water. About 5,000 children die each day due to preventable diseases such as cholera, which are caused due the intake of contaminated water. A lack of water for personal hygiene lea...
19 March 2018