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From research to outcomes: Showcasing crop science research from the RESAS Science Research Programme and its benefit to Scotland and beyond

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Workshop
7 December 2017
at SASA, 1 Roddinglaw Rd, Edinburgh EH12 9FJ
for policy teams and research stakeholders
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On 7th December 2017 at Science and Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA) in Edinburgh, scientists working on crop science within the Scottish Government-funded Science Research Programme (WP2.1 – Crop and grassland production and disease control) presented their research and relevant outcomes to SG policy colleagues and key stakeholders. Presentations and posters are available below:

Setting the scene:

Science to outcomes:

Posters:

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