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Workshops

View our list of forthcoming Workshops below.

Previous Workshops

Indo-UK workshop on monitoring and analysis strategies for anthropogenic polluta
for water professionals

Indo-UK workshop on monitoring and analysis strategies for anthropogenic pollutants in environmental and waste waters

12-15 November 2018

Under the Researcher Links scheme offered within the Newton Fund, the British Council, in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry, will be holding a four day workshop on the above theme at the Royal Orchid Convention Centre, Bangalore, India on 12-15 November 2018.

Start date (computer format): Mon, 2018-11-12
Baling wheat and bean plant team on a farm (c) James Hutton Institute
for farmers and land managers

Field Lab: Plant Teams

23 October 2018, 10:30am to 4pm

Calling on farmers and land managers: help plant scientists study the potential of crop species mixtures to improve Scottish yield stability, soil fertility, reduce pest and disease damage, and increase resilience to climate stress.

Start date (computer format): Tue, 2018-10-23
Clay suspension (c) James Hutton Institute
for oil and gas professionals or anyone interested in clays

Clay mineralogy and its application to the oil industry

16 to 19 October 2018, 9am to 5pm

A training course offered by our commercial subsidiary James Hutton Limited, aimed at helping the oil industry understand the nature, properties, behaviour and occurrence of clays in the context of hydrocarbon exploration and production.

Start date (computer format): Tue, 2018-10-16
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for policy teams and research stakeholders

Delivery of outcomes from the Scottish Government Strategic Research Programme

21 September 2018

This workshop held at SASA in Edinburgh showcased the outcomes of Scottish Government funded crop science research.

Start date (computer format): Fri, 2018-09-21
This workshop will discuss social innovation in Scotland's rural areas
for anyone interested in Scotland's rural areas

Social Innovation in rural areas in Scotland

31 May, 9.30am to 4pm

This workshop will discuss how social innovation can address challenges in Scotland's rural areas - come and network with a community of social innovation practitioners and researchers.

Start date (computer format): Thu, 2018-05-31
Field of oilseed rape at Balruddery farm (c) James Hutton Institute
for farmers, land managers and anyone interested in sustainable agriculture

Sustainable agriculture in Scotland: new research ideas

12 January 2018, 10am to 3pm

This one-day workshop will feature new research on precision soil management, insect pollinators, grassland in GHG mitigation, and land use economics.

Start date (computer format): Fri, 2018-01-12
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for policy teams and research stakeholders

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

7 December 2017

This workshop held at SASA in Edinburgh showcased the outcomes of Scottish Government funded crop science research.

Start date (computer format): Thu, 2017-12-07
Glensaugh_Research_Farm
for livestock farmers and land managers

The Challenge of Marginal Land: efficient utilisation of the managed natural environment

13 September 2017, 10am to 4pm

The Challenge of Marginal Land Meeting will take place at the James Hutton Institute's Glensaugh Farm, the aim of which is to showcase ongoing and planned research into marginal land management

Start date (computer format): Wed, 2017-09-13
for people who work in and for the food system

Field of Enquiry: 10 days to explore the food system through the 2000m2 lens

11 March 2017

Join the Field of Enquiry team to explore the food system through the 2000m2 lens: when you divide all the arable land on our planet by the people, we each have 2000m2.

Start date (computer format): Sat, 2017-03-11

Economic development and social welfare under pressure: Climate change impacts on water resources

7th September 2016

Climate Change (CC) and its impacts on water resources are well documented worldwide. In Mexico, poor populations are more susceptible to climate induced changes because their economic and social welfare depend strongly on natural resources. Water supply changes due to CC have been given insufficient attention.

Start date (computer format): Wed, 2016-09-07

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.