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Conferences

View our list of forthcoming Conferences below.

Previous Conferences

Forensic
for anyone interested in the Life Sciences and Healthcare sectors

The 18th BioDundee International Conference - 'New perspectives, new opportunities: Life Sciences and Healthcare'

23 May 2018

At this one-off event you will get an insight into Forensic Soil Science and hear the science behind crime writing from Professor Lorna Dawson.

Association of Crop Protection in Northern Britain logo
for farmers, industry, researchers, policy makers and advisors

Crop Production in Northern Britain: The Dundee Conference

27-28 February 2018

This biennial conference is the foremost event of its kind for environmental management and crop production in northern environments. Registration now open.

Meiosis (Isabelle Colas, James Hutton Institute)
for researchers, students and postdocs

British Meiosis Meeting Dundee 2017

20 and 21 Apr 2017

The ninth British Meiosis Meeting will be held in Dundee on 20-21 April 2017, gathering meiosis researchers from across the UK.

IOBC Dundee 2017 logo
for scientists, land managers and industry

"Landscape management for functional biodiversity": the 7th IOBC-WPRS Working Group Meeting

29 - 31 March, 2017

Organised in Dundee for the first time, this IOBC-WPRS Working Group meeting will discuss the latest advances in the research, development and application of landscape management for functional biodiversity with the aim of identifying barriers to landscape management and opportunities to tackle these.

Forest (courtesy Fera)
for scientists, industry and anyone interested in plant biosecurity

Innovation in Plant Biosecurity 2017

15-16th March 2017

Organised as the culmination of a research project in which the James Hutton Institute is a partner, the Innovation in Plant Biosecurity 2017 conference will bring together experts from across Great Britain and beyond to discuss ways of improving plant biosecurity.

Craigiebuckler pond (c) James Hutton Institute
for policymakers and stakeholders

Next steps for enhancing natural capital and biodiversity in Scotland

1 March 2017

This event - featuring James Hutton Institute social researcher Dr Mags Currie - aims to provide an opportunity for policymakers and other stakeholders to consider future policy priorities for biodiversity and natural capital.

Potatoes in a field (c) James Hutton Institute
for scientists and industry

European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) Pathology and Pests Section Meeting

7 - 11 August 2016

Organised in Dundee for the first time, this EAPR Pathology and Pests Section meeting will cover research into potato pests and diseases with a focus on applied outcomes.

for scientists, industry representatives and other interested parties

Innovative Applications of Materials Chemistry in Water Treatment - Part 1: Removal of Contaminants from Drinking Water

11 May 2016

This conference, aimed at those interested in drinking water treatment and water quality, will focus on the challenges around the removal of pesticides and natural organic matter.

Tay Estuary Forum 2016 Conference flyer
for scientists, students and other interested parties

Tay Estuary Forum 2016 Conference: Seascape, a coast of contrasts

22 April 2016

This event organised by the Tay Estuary Forum will reflect on current issues within the coastal and marine environments at both a regional and national scale, with a Tay regional focus.

The conference will look at challenges for farming systems (c) James Hutton Inst
for scientists, policymakers, land managers, students, farmers and other interested parties

SRUC-SEPA Conference: What Future for our Farming Systems? Environmental Challenges and Integrated Solutions

1-2 March 2016

Registration is now open for Scotland's Biennial Agricultural and Environment Conference, organised by SRUC and SEPA in association with the James Hutton Institute.


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