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'Collaborative roots' could reduce reliance on phosphorus fertilisers (News)

Farmers could improve the efficiency of phosphorus in crop production by coupling plants with complementary traits, which would allow them to harness the ‘phosphorus bank’ already present in soils. ... Read more

From flood to flow (Event)

Minni Jain, will deliver this seminar entitled "From flood to flow" at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen. She is Director for Earthlinks UK and Tarun Bharat Sangh India 'Flow' Partnership. The seminar will b ... Read more

Berry useful properties of soft fruit under research (News)

As the world’s population tries to adapt to climate change, many industries are still heavily reliant on fossil fuel resources to make components in the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics and other sectors – but the plant ... Read more

Hydropower resources research (Research Page)

Hydropower plays a key role in Scotland’s renewable energy contributions and renewables targets for 2015 (50%) and 2020 (100%). Our research is supporting the sustainable planning, development and management of this resource ... Read more

Alternative splicing and plant stress (Research Page)

What is splicing and alternative splicing? ... Read more

European Society for Rural Sociology chooses Aberdeen for 2015 congress (News)

The James Hutton Institute, in partnership with Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), are proud to announce that the European Society for Rural Sociology (ESRS) have chosen Aberdeen as the host city for their 2015 ... Read more

Lessons from an 'old couple' lead to genetic breakthrough (News)

Light sensors in plants act as a switch for genetic activity which determines how they adapt to environmental changes, an international research collaboration involving scientists in Argentina, Austria and Scotland including the J ... Read more

East of Scotland field campaign 2014 (Research Page)

Summary and progress of a major field campaign in 2014 ... Read more

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