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Research Partners

Find details of some of our research partners and commercial affiliates.

North East Scotland Local Biodiversity Action Plan (LBAP) takes action to conserve important species and habitats for our benefit and for future generations. The LBAP covers Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray.

The Orskov Foundation promotes sustainable development for the poorest rural communities in the world. They aim to achieve this through the integration of agricultural education with community projects.

A group of collaborators from the Schools of Computing and Civil Engineering at the University of Dundee, the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge, and the Environment Plant Interactions Programme at The James Hutton Institute in Dundee.   

This website hosts a range of databases developed by scientists at the Institute including the Arabidopsis Nucleolar Protein Database, Barley and Potato SSRs, Germinate, Wheat InSitu Database, Protein Localisation Database, Barley SNP Database, Plant snoRNA Database and DIStilling.

REDD-ALERT is an FP7 EU project led by The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen and involving 12 partner institutions from EU and tropical countries, linking with the ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins.

REEF is an EU-funded research project which will improve our understanding of how environmental chemicals and endocrine-disrupting compounds endanger reproduction and foetal development in the female.

The gateway to everything you want to know about Scotland’s environment. This website brings together environmental information and data in one place so that is easy to search, discover, analyse and interpret.

The Scottish Food Security Alliance – Crops draws together expertise from the Universities of Aberdeen and Dundee and the James Hutton Institute to create a hub of internationally-recognised excellence in crop science, soil science, environmental modelling, and human nutrition.

This conference explored novel approaches in soil forensics. It provided an international focus for discussion of research and development in forensic soil science for the benefit of both environmental protection and criminal investigation.

The Valuing Nature Network brings together natural scientists and economists, alongside decision-makers in business and policy, who have an interest in valuing nature.


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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.