Harper Adams University receives the Queen’s Anniversary Prize

Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall have presented representatives of Harper Adams University with the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Further and Higher Education, at Buckingham Palace.

University Vice-Chancellor, Dr David Llewellyn, and Head of Robotic Agriculture, Professor Simon Blackmore, formally accepted the Prize.

Dr Llewellyn said: “We had an amazing time at Buckingham Palace, with the chance to meet again with our Chancellor and to discuss developments in agricultural practice with HRH The Prince of Wales. It is a tremendous honour to be awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize, which recognises the hard work of our staff and students, from many parts of the University, in helping to drive developments in new technologies in agricultural practice.”

 

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