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The James Hutton Institute is at the forefront of meeting the global challenges of providing food, energy and water from finite land and natural resources. The institute is a world-leading scientific research organisation focused on land, crops, water and the environment.
Its strengths in land, crop, waters, environmental and socio-economic sciences enable a broad range of science disciplines to interconnect, delivering knowledge, products and services that improve the quality of life.
In partnership with people, organisations and governments, it’s work enhances sustainable environmental, social and economic development, delivering practical solutions for our shared future and influencing the agenda for land use and development for the 21st Century.
By way of a virtual tour, attendees will be able to find out more information on the following:
Aspects of controlled environment cultivation/ associated areas of work and technologies, Prof Derek Stewart, Director of the Advanced Plant Growth Centre.
Work of the relatively new centre/ areas of current concern and exploration, Prof Ian Toth, Director of the Plant Health Centre
Plant genetics, Dr Julie Graham, Geneticist
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