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Important information for event attendees and external visitors

coronavirus (COVID-19)In light of the most recent advice from the UK Government about stopping non-essential travel and increasing social distancing, we have postponed all our events and public engagements as a precautionary measure.

Our sites have been placed on a restricted access condition, which means that only staff who are doing essential work can get access. All other colleagues will be working from home or staying at home even if they are unable to work remotely.

We have excellent and free to use video conference and conference call systems and are happy to make these facilities available to help you engage with us. Some meetings may still take place via video conference with participants joining individually from their own locations; check with the relevant member of staff for advice.

As the situation is constantly changing, please check the UK Government and NHS websites for the latest advice and updates.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email events@hutton.ac.uk.

View our list of forthcoming Workshops below.

Previous Workshops

Sherlock Holmes to CSI - how geologists help solve crimes
for scientists

Sherlock Holmes to CSI - how geologists help solve crimes

13 September 2011

Soil forensics are increasingly important in solving crimes, according to a soil scientist from the James Hutton Institute in Scotland speaking today at the British Science Festival in Bradford.

Start date (computer format): Tue, 2011-09-13
Image of the 4th International Workshop on Barley Leaf Blights logo
for scientists, students

Fourth International Workshop on Barley Leaf Blights

27-29 June 2011

The Fourth International Workshop on Barley Leaf Blights is being hosted by The James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Start date (computer format): Mon, 2011-06-27

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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.