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Now available: September 2019 issue of Hutton Highlights

Screenshot of Hutton Highlights, September 2019 issue (c) James Hutton Institute
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The latest issue of Hutton Highlights, our quarterly review showing how Hutton science is driving the sustainable use of land and natural resources, is now available from our Hutton Highlights pages.

Read in our September 2019 issue:

  • Institute outlines plans for open science campuses
  • Royal Entomological Society first female Honorary Secretary
  • Hutton water innovation up for VIBES Hydro Nation Scotland award
  • Pea gin: how your G&T could help save the rainforest
  • Focus on barley can improve livelihoods in Ethiopia
  • International research effort maps the global distribution of soil nematodes
  • Land managers key to rewilding in the Scottish uplands
  • Is Scotland on target to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?
  • Wild potato genes may be key to stronger spuds
  • Research consortium launches first UK Oat Growth Guide
  • Events round-up 2019
  • Human activity means peatlands contribute to climate change
  • And much more!

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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.