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Sustainable Development in Practice Conference (Event)

"Delivering multiple benefits from our land: Sustainable Development in Practice" is the theme for the biennial SRUC-SEPA conference, in association with the James Hutton Institute, Forest Research and Scottish Natural H ... Read more

The Atlantic Maritime Croplands – sustainability and environment (Research Page)

A case study on sustainable agriculture and the environment at the James Hutton Institute ... Read more

Vibrant Rural Communities workshop (Research Page)

A workshop was held at Birnam Arts and Conference Centre on 20 November 2013 to provide an update on research being conducted as part of the Vibrant Rural Communities theme of the Food, Land and People Strategic Research programme ... Read more

Natural Product Biotechnology 2014 (Event)

Natural Product Biotechnology is a significant new conference for people with a range of interests in high value natural products, their application in drug discovery, improving diet and health, and also their use in a range of ot ... Read more

LandSFACTS downloads (Research Page)

The LandSFACTS software is available in several formats: with graphical interface, helpfile and tutorial [XP, W7], cf. below command-line [XP, W7, W7 x64, Linux x64], by request dynamic libraries [XP, W7, W7 x64, Linux x ... Read more

CREW projects (Research Page)

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