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Outputs and Outreach


SEGS members participate in a wide range of academic conferences, sit on various expert panels and interact in numerous knowledge exchange events. More information on a selection of these can be found below. In addition, SEGS often establish links with prestigious universities and research institutions through joint-appointments. These have included the University of St Andrews and Nordregio (Nordic Centre for Spatial Development, Sweden).

Research notes and reports

Researchers in SEGS often create a short research notes or briefings to communicate our findings: here are some selected examples.

Research Tools

Researchers in SEGS have created freely available tools for assessing economic feasibility of enviromentally related projects.


Publications from SEGS members are in a variety of high quality social science and interdisciplinary journals. These can be found at the bottom of individual staff pages. These can be viewed alphabetically or by group.

Seminar Series

The group has a highly active research seminar series which involves both internal and external speakers and participants. If you would be interested in presenting at or attending this seminar series please get in touch with our SEGS seminar co-ordinators: Simone Piras and Carla Balagne

Social media and our blog

To keep up to date with our outputs, events and research you can follow us on Twitter: @HuttonSEGS and through our blog.


Areas of Interest

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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.