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The LandscapePartners Project (Project)

This research project aimed to identify, analyse and assess the contribution of multi-stakeholder partnerships to the sustainable management of rural landscapes and to the well-being of communities in three European countries. In ... Read more

President of Mozambique visits the James Hutton Institute (News)

The President of Mozambique Armando Emilio Guebuza was welcomed to the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen today by Professor Iain Gordon, Chief Executive for a short tour. The President and a high level delegation including seve ... Read more

Moving forward from ash dieback (Event)

As part of the RGBE event "Moving forward from ash dieback" the James Hutton Institute's Virtual Landscape Theatre will enable visitors to explore a virtual ash woodland to explore the effects ash dieback could have ... Read more

Nature of Scotland Awards 2013 (Event)

The Nature of Scotland Awards aim to recognise and celebrate excellence, innovation and outstanding achievement in Scottish nature conservation. This is the second year of the awards which are supported by the James Hutton Institu ... Read more

Consultation responses (Page)

The James Hutton Institute often submits formal responses to consultations being conducted by the government, Scottish Government and other public bodies. You can find consultation responses we have submitted below. ... Read more

Mercury peaks as hottest day ever recorded (News)

As the heatwave continues across much of the United Kingdom the James Hutton Institute has recorded the hottest day since it started keeping records in 1954. ... Read more

Berry good news: disease-resistant soft fruit is on the way (News)

Fruit breeders at the James Hutton Institute have revealed they are making progress towards the development of disease-resistant raspberry varieties for both the fresh and processing markets. They were sharing their latest researc ... Read more

Genetics Garden opened to the public (News)

Scientists from the University of Dundee and the James Hutton Institute have unveiled a series of living displays explaining the role of genes and genetics at the University's Botanic Garden. ... Read more

Fyvie farm in Aberdeenshire has the Best Soil in Show (News)

After closely examining samples from different areas of the country, soil scientists from the James Hutton Institute has awarded the Best Soil in Show at the Royal Highland Show 2013. A sample from Fyvie in Aberdeenshire, submitte ... Read more

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