Queen's Anniversary Prizes

The Queen's Anniversary Prizes are awarded every two years to universities and colleges across the UK for work of outstanding excellence. 

Our research teams and staff members have an excellent track record of success due to their strong research and practical impact.

Prize winners

Geoenvironmental Research Centre

Won the 2013 prize for pioneering research in the field of geoenvironmental engineering responding to land-based environmental problems such as pollution and groundwater contamination.

The Violence and Society Research Group

Won the 2009 prize for research bringing about practical action locally, nationally and internationally to reduce violent assault injuries.

Institute of Medical Genetics

Won the 2007 prize for work identifying genetic causes of diseases and developing new diagnostic tests and treatments.

Manufacturing Engineering Centre

Won the 2000 prize in recognition of its contribution to the economy.

Professor Tony Campbell, School of Medicine

Won the 1998 prize for his pioneering use of chemiluminescence in clinical settings.