A research centre at the University of York dedicated to realising the potential of plant-based renewable resources to make products needed by society, has been awarded one of The Queens Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education.
The Royal accolade for CNAP (Centre for Novel Agricultural Products) announced at St Jamess Palace on Thursday 17 November is the second to be conferred on the University in less than 10 years. It was previously awarded to the University in 1996 for the excellence of its work in Computer Science.
Introduced following the 40th Anniversary of the Queens reign in 1992, the prizes rank alongside the Queens Awards for Industry. They are given biennially for "work of exceptional quality and of broad benefit either nationally or internationally."
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