Emeritus Professor Frank William Nicholas has been recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours for significant service to animal genetics, and to tertiary education.
Frank was at College 1967-71, and completed BScAgr in 1970 and at Edinburgh University a PhD in 1974.
Frank has had an academic career in Animal Genetics and is Emeritus Professor Genetics Laboratory at the University. The fascinating book, written with his wife Jan, Charles Darwin in Australia, chronicles the impact Darwin’s visit to the colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land had on his theory of evolution.
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The College community congratulates Frank on his appointment as AM for his impressive contribution to the worldwide study of animal genetics.