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Professor awarded Associateship

Posted 23 April

“I am very delighted to have received this award, which is also a reflection of the tremendous effort from a number of undergraduate, postgraduate, technician and academic colleagues that I have had the pleasure of working with during my time at Harper Adams”

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Professor Liam Sinclair has recently received an Associateship of the Royal Agricultural Societies at a ceremony at the House of Lords.

The associateship was awarded to Professor Sinclair in recognition of his distinguished achievement within the agricultural sector.  

Since being appointed a professor in 2011, Professor Sinclair has had many achievements while at Harper Adams, such as being the recipient of the Sir John Hammond award due to his contribution to the world of animal science.

Professor Sinclair’s research has included ruminant nutrition, particularly improving the fatty acid content of milk and meat, alternative forages and mineral metabolism of dairy cows.

More recently in 2016, Professor Sinclair, was elected as the 73rd president of the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) after several years of working with the BSAS’s council.

Professor Sinclair was appointed this role due to his focused work within the dairy cow research at Harper Adams, where he has published over 200 research and conference papers based around dairy cows.

Liam added “I am very delighted to have received this award, which is also a reflection of the tremendous effort from a number of undergraduate, postgraduate, technician and academic colleagues that I have had the pleasure of working with during my time at Harper Adams”.  

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