- New Agrii scholarships to be launched at Harper Adams University
- Can a waste product from cauliflowers help peanuts grow during water shortages?
- Experience 'Down Under' transforms distracted pupil into determined university student
- Harper Adams University named University of the Year for a second year running
- Final year student Jessica named as finalist for Louise Hartley Scholarship Fund
- Richard takes RABDF Dairy Student of the Year 2017 title.
- Harper Adams University provides opportunity to make hobby into career
- Self-driving cars project awarded £5 million research funding
- Harper Adams takes top modern university accolade in Times guide
- New Head of Engineering Department
Zambian experience inspires Harper Adams University student’s future career Posted: 22 February 2017 In 2016, James Shaw went to Zambia to work for a non-profit company which aims to incentivise farmers to adopt improved land use and farming practices that promote natural resource conservation and better quality of life for small-scale farmers while providing commercial products to Zambia and Southern African countries.
Project to farm a hectare of spring barley exclusively with autonomous vehicles continues Posted: 10 February 2017 The ‘Hands Free Hectare’ project, which will see a crop exclusively farmed by robots for the first time in the world, is well under-way, with the team having already selected the key machinery required to reach their goal.
Scholarship kick-starts student’s international career dream Posted: 10 February 2017 Harper Adams University student Lewis Hamilton has received the CLAAS Scholarship – a company he has hoped to work at since starting at Harper Adams University. He hopes the scholarship, including a placement with the company in Germany, will help launch an international career.
Harper Adams senior lecturer edits international food journal Posted: 7 December 2016 The British Food Journal is releasing a special edition on food integrity in January next year. Harper Adams senior lecturer in food policy and management Dr Louise Manning was asked to be guest editor for the special issue.
“New plastic banknotes will harbour less bacteria than the old ‘paper’ ones” says research Posted: 6 December 2016 After the new plastic five pound note has been released in the UK, a project in to bacteria on currency has concluded that plastic, also known as polymer, banknotes are cleaner than cotton, cotton-linen and washi paper notes.