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Science and the Parliament 2013 (Event)

Researchers from the James Hutton Institute will join others from across Scotland at this annual event for MSPs and policy makers at Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. It is organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and this year h ... Read more

The Rrs1 resistance locus against scald in barley (Event)

Dr Bianca Buttner, Bavarian State Research Centre for Agriculture, Institute for Crop Science and Plant Breeding, Germany will give this seminar entitled "The Rrs1 resistance locus against scald in barley" at the James H ... Read more

Genomes and plant immunity to Brassica pathogens (Event)

Professor Christina Dixelius of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences will give this seminar entitled "Genomes and plant immunity to Brassica pathogens" at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee. It will be broad ... Read more

Integrated pest management - weeds (Research Page)

Expertise and capability at the James Hutton institute, Dundee ... Read more

Principal Investigators involved in IPM (Research Page)

Principal Investigators working on IPM at the James Hutton Institute. ... Read more

IPM research platforms and networks (Research Page)

Centre for Sustainable Cropping ... Read more

IPM-related research grants (Research Page)

Several funded projects at the James Hutton Institute are either specifically about IPM or the toolbox components. ... Read more

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