Finding out about Cranfield’s research and researchers
Do you want to find out about the latest research published by Cranfield researchers or are you looking for people working in the same research area as you? If so there are a number of services which can help:
- CRIS – Cranfield Research Information System (Cranfield University users only) holds bibliographic references to all the research output from current research active staff and students and profiles of our researchers.
- CERES – Cranfield Collection of E-Research is our full text institutional repository and is a growing subset of Cranfield’s research openly accessible to all.
- Find an Expert enables you to search for people by subject areas and expertise. This includes not just academics but practitioners too.
- Library & IT Support for Research pages on the University intranet include links to CRIS, CERES, the Expert Finder and the SoM Research webpages and much more.
Further information contact MIRC.
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