Cranfield University crowned the “the UKs most business-engaged university”


The announcement was made at this month’s coveted National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) event, with Cranfield praised for having achieved “more than 750 collaborations with businesses and governments around the world”.
The NCUB presented its State of the Relationship report, the second since its inception, which charts the status, growth, and nature of collaboration on real-world challenges in the UK,
Cranfield was hailed for its 37 years of work with Rolls Royce undertaking significant research into turbine blade coatings.
Cranfield is home to one of Rolls Royce’s International University Technology Centres (UTCs) – the Performance Engineering UTC – and is a member of Rolls Royce’s University Technology Partnership (UTP), researching  materials development within Rolls Royce. In this partnership Cranfield is the lead in advanced coating development.

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