The latest issues of our quarterly eNewsletters, Alumni Matters, are now available! Click the links below to read more about the latest news and thought-leadership happening at Cranfield.

Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing version

Highlights from this issue:

  • Looking forward to 2020: a discussion of the challenges, trends and opportunities we may face in aerospace, transport and manufacturing.
  • Nine key takeaways from the Aviation and the Environment conference.
  • Token nods towards sustainability are no longer enough: the future of manufacturing.
  • Propelling our way to success: an update on the plans to expand our National Flying Laboratory Centre.

Cranfield Defence and Security version

Highlights from this issue:

  • Rise of the zombies: Dr Duncan Hodges explains how network connected smart devices in our homes could be infected with malware and used to launch DDoS attacks.
  • Looking forward to 2020: Jeremy Smith and Sean Price discuss some of the defence and security trends we may see this year.
  • Lieutenant Commander Ed Oates discusses wargaming in a recent blog post.
  • Archaeologists and anthropologists from the Cranfield Forensic Institute are collaborating with the USA Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting Agency to help recover missing WWII soldiers.

School of Management version

Highlights from this issue:

  • Professor Oglethorpe introduces himself to our alumni community and discusses the recent successes and future challenges for the School of Management.
  • Announcement of the School of Management 2020 Alumni Award winners.
  • Looking forward – what challenges will organisations face in 2020?
  • Professor David Denyer on why you need an Organisational Resilience Strategy.

Water, Energy and Environment version

Highlights from this issue:

  • How to go green, greenly: how we can effectively reduce the environmental impact of our diets, without inadvertently solving one problem while causing another.
  • Developing the water scientists of the future: a summary of the work Cranfield is doing to nurture future water industry talent.
  • Nine key takeaways from the Aviation and the Environment conference.

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