Warwick, Bradford and Edinburgh Napier among those honoured with Queen’s Anniversary Prize

15 March 2016

 

The University of WarwickUniversity of Bradford and Edinburgh Napier University were all awarded the highest form of national recognition after winning Queen’s Anniversary Prizes.

The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education recognises outstanding excellence, genuine innovation and practical benefit of work taking place at higher education institutions in the UK. The prizes were awarded by the Prince of Wales.

Bradford won for its work on the subject of dementia, Warwick on its mathematical and scientific research over the last 50 years and Edinburgh Napier for its work on timber engineering.

If you would like to learn more about any of the above universities and the world changing research they produce, arrange a free consultation at SI-UK today.

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