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Video: Professor Jules Pretty, OBE, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Essex delivered the 35th T.B. Macaulay Lecture at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen on 27 September 2012. Watch it online here.
Monday, 8 October, 2012

35th T.B. Macaulay Lecture

Professor Jules Pretty, OBE, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Essex delivered the 35th T.B. Macaulay Lecture at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen on 27 September 2012. Watch it online here.

Video: The first Hutton Debate, the Squeezed Middle focussed on the land zones which exist between quality farmland and high mountains, in which it is especially challenging to plan the right blend of land uses to best meet policy objectives and societal demands.

	Watch the film about the Squeezed Middle debate here.
Thursday, 26 July, 2012

Squeezed Middle

The first Hutton Debate, the Squeezed Middle focussed on the land zones which exist between quality farmland and high mountains, in which it is especially challenging to plan the right blend of land uses to best meet policy objectives and societal demands. Watch the film about the Squeezed Middle debate here.

Video: Following last year’s successful mapping of the potato genome, and the recent World Potato Congress in Edinburgh - Professor Robbie Waugh talks to Andrew Cassell about the huge advances made in crop research as a result of breakthroughs in genetics.
Wednesday, 4 July, 2012

Professor Robbie Waugh on potato genetics

Following last year’s successful mapping of the potato genome, and the recent World Potato Congress in Edinburgh - Professor Robbie Waugh talks to Andrew Cassell about the huge advances made in crop research as a result of breakthroughs in genetics.

Video: Watch the interview with Professor Anne Glover, the EU Chief Scientific Adviser.
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

Interview with Professor Anne Glover

Watch the interview with Professor Anne Glover, the EU Chief Scientific Adviser.


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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.