Cranfield University, School of Applied Sciences
Cranfield University is a wholly postgraduate university with an international community and a truly global reputation. The School of Applied Sciences is recognised for its multi-disciplinary approach to research and teaching in relation to manufacturing, materials, natural resources and sustainable systems. We also provide short courses and consultancy services to our clients. Cranfield is third in the UK for the impact of its mechanical, aeronautical and manufacturing research. Through our focus on fundamental research and its application to meet the needs of industry and society, Applied Sciences is a major contributor to these positions. We have a successful track record of working closely with organisations around the world. Our success is due to our staff and the quality of the students whose careers we help develop. We operate key facilities which underpin our research, teaching and short courses.
The School of Applied Sciences offers an extensive engineering portfolio of full and part-time masters’ programmes, funded research opportunities and short courses, across a number of sectors. All courses are designed to meet the training needs of industry, and benefit from significant input from experts in the sector.
- Cranfield University, School of Applied Sciences Cranfield Bedfordshire MK43 0AL UK
- 01234 754086
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The level of understanding of the complexity of life and the engagement between the science community and the public were questioned during Cranfield University's Repairing the Body conference.
The World Congress of Biosensors, organised by Elsevier and 'Biosensors and Bioelectronics' with the support of Cranfield University, will take place on 26-28 May 2010 in Glasgow.
Cranfield University is offering bursaries to early-career scientists to allow them to attend its first health conference - 'Repairing the Body'.
The Cranfield Health regenerative medicine conference is set to be held on 22-23 April 2010, with Prof Lord Robert Winston heading the line-up of science professionals and academic speakers.
The quality of food was the focus of Cranfield University's 'From field to fork' event on 17 November.