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Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) Award

Kindly sponsored by the Institution of Agricultural Engineers, the IAgrE Award celebrates, rewards and recognises articles that highlight the vital role of engineering in meeting the requirements of modern food and energy production.

 
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Adam Clarke wins  2018 Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) Award

Freelance journalist Adam Clarke won the Guild's 2018 Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) Award with an article examining the potential of direct injection spraying systems. The annual award recognises the best article or broadcast…

 

Guild's 2018 IAgrE Award opens for entries

A £1000 prize fund for the best articles or broadcasts highlighting the vital role of engineering in modern food and energy production has opened for entries. The Guild's IAgrE Award is generously sponsored by the Institution of Agricultural…

 

Winners announced for 2017 IAgrE Award

The 2017 Institution of Agricultural Engineers Award for articles with an engineering theme was presented by IAgrE chief executive Alistair Taylor at the Cereals event on Wednesday, 14 June. Winner of the 2017 IAgrE award was Andrew Blake, (…

 

Winners announced for 2016 IAgrE Award

Both of the articles that emerged as winner and runner-up for the 2016 award described high technology solutions, one poised to have a significant role in agriculture and one already in widespread and growing use. The winners received their prizes…

 

Winners announced for 2015 IAgrE Award

Andy Collings (above right) scooped the 2015 Institution of Agricultural Engineers Award with an article entitled "The Brains Behind Engine Operation". It was published in Profi. Alastair Taylor (above left) of the Institution of Agricultural…

 

Winners announced for 2014 IAgrE Award

An article on the use of a wood-fuelled burner providing heat for drying grain was the 2014 winner in the Guild's IAgrE 'Engineering in Agriculture' journalism award. Written by Emma Penny for Arable Farming, the article covered technical issues…

 

Winners announced for 2013 IAgrE Award

An article on the benefits of varying cereal and oilseed rape seed rate within fields and the equipment needed for GPS seed drill control was selected for the first IAgrE journalism award. The article, published in Crops and written by machinery…

 

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