Cranfield University has become the first institution to win a prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for work on soil science.
The institution’s prestigious School of Management is a major partner of the UK Customer Experience Awards, the UK Digital Experience Awards, and other events hosted by Awards International, setting the scoring standard used to select winning entries.
Now they are back winning awards of their own, clinching the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the fifth time.
The award is presented to further and higher educational institutions every two years, and Cranfield’s research into large scale soil data for a study on the sustainable use of natural resources earned them the honour again for 2017.
In the video below, Professor Jane Rickson explains what led to Cranfield winning the award this time around.