Cranfield University has made two appointments to research environment and aerospace as interdependent subjects, with Chikage Myoshi appointed as associate professor in Environment Systems for Aerospace and Guy Gratton, as associate professor in Aviation and the Environment. The two roles will complement existing expertise and bring both disciplines closer together, said the university in a statement. Professor Leon A Terry, Cranfield’s Director of Environment and Agrifood said: “The future of the environment and its relationship with aerospace is intrinsically linked. Both Professor Myoshi and Professor Grattan’s research will spearhead Cranfield’s work supporting the Government’s commitment to net zero greenhouse gas emissions
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