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Dr David Cooke delivers key findings on the Fight Against Blight Project at British Potato 2023

Dr David Cooke delivers key findings on the Fight Against Blight Project at British Potato 2023

JHL Infrared Analyst Angela Main, offers some words of advice in the latest AGCC Business Bulletin

Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) have published their October issue of Business Bulletin, featuring JHL's Angela Main, an Infrared Analyst at our Craigiebuckler site.

New James Hutton Limited Board Members

JHL would like to announce an update to its Board and bid a fond farewell to outgoing Chair, Deborah Keith.

Longstanding board member Robin Walker is appointed as new Chair and we welcome Liz Trevor and Carol McNamara as new Non-Executive Directors.

Diageo launches Scotch whisky regenerative agriculture programme in Scotland

The three-year programme will focus on reducing the carbon emissions from growing barley and wheat for Scotch whisky, including Johnnie Walker, Singleton and Talisker

A science-based approach will be taken, working closely with Agricarbon, James Hutton Limited, Scottish Agronomy and SAC Consulting

Welcome Abbie Fowler to the JHL team

We are happy to announce a new member of the James Hutton Limited team: Abbie Fowler.

Abbie joins us from the MDS Management Trainee Programme for 6 months as Digital Marketing Assistant.

Hutton boosts soil and rock science laboratory

​The James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen has invested in the latest hi-tech laboratory equipment to help keep it at the top of the world league in mineralogy and address challenges across soil health, from food security to carbon storage.

JHL analytical team at our Aberdeen site passes latest round of Aquacheck proficiency test with flying colours!

We are pleased to announce that the James Hutton Limited analytical team at our Aberdeen site has passed the latest Round of Aquacheck proficiency test with flying colours (Round 650). This is an international independent validation of our ability to test natural waters, demonstrating that we are producing accurate and meaningful results.

Hutton sustainability recognised in first King’s Award for Enterprise

The James Hutton Institute has today (April 21) become one of the first recipients of the new King’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development.

The award recognises the institute’s world-leading research on sustainability across land, food and natural resources and how it’s addressing its own sustainability as major scientific research establishment.

The Hutton, which employs more than 500 scientists across sites in Dundee, Aberdeen and its three research farms, plays a pivotal role in delivering interdisciplinary science across agriculture, food security, ecosystems and resilient communities.