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SCI Lampitt MedalCall for nominations for 2016 Lampitt Medal The Lampitt Medal provides a means by which the Society can honour Members who have taken his example and offered their own extraordinary gifts of time, leadership, vision and enthusiasm. Nominations are now open for the 2016 Lampitt medal.

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Orla Williams‘I was honoured to be awarded the Richardson Travel Bursary to attend the 2015 American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) International Meeting in New Orleans, and present my research to my peers. The conference was immensely useful, providing new perspectives on my research which will be incorporated. I made several contacts while at the conference and aim to cement these connections into collaborative relationships in the future’
Orla Williams, Research Engineer
University of Nottingham

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