Cranfield University has announced that for the fifth time in its history it is the proud recipient of a prestigious Queen's Anniversary Prize. Cranfield is one of only eight institutions to have won the award on five or more separate occasions.
Cranfield received the award for its research and education in large-scale soil and environmental data for the sustainable use of natural resources in the UK and worldwide. This is the first time in the Prize’s history that an award has been given for soil science.
Harper Adams is to receive the most prestigious honour open to UK universities – the Queen’s Anniversary Prize – for its work leading innovation in agricultural engineering
The world’s longest-running study into breeding the ideal dairy cow has led to Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) being awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education – the highest form of national recognition open to educational institutions in the UK.