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WEBINAR: Problem Samples & Scientific Solutions - exploring investigative techniques for the energy sector

Join James Hutton Limited, and our James Hutton Institute experts, for a free webinar which will enable a better understanding of various analytical techniques that can deliver invaluable, integrated, accurate results, saving time and money for the energy sector, oil and gas in particular.

New raspberry varieties will be showcased in AHDB live webinar

Nikki Jennings will speak at an AHDB live webinar to provide an up-date on the most promising new raspberry selections and varieties coming out of the UK Raspberry Breeding Consortium on Thursday 18th March, from 4-5pm.

Water Test Network - Innovation Challenge 4

The Water Test Network is looking for SMEs who are developing technologies to generate value from brines, for the project's fourth innovation challenge.

Converge 2021

Applications are Now Open for Converge! Scotland’s Springboard for Academic Entrepreneurs!

Meet The Team


Jamie Smith is approaching 5 years working at James Hutton Limited as its Agri-Business Development Manager. Jamie seeks to take advancement across all areas of research and development and translate that to direct industry application.

Analysing a Cleaner Future 

Like all businesses, the analytical laboratories of James Hutton Limited have felt the brunt of the COVID crisis, but the commercial subsidiary of Scotland’s, James Hutton Institute, remains open for business offering a range of techniques for sediment and water, suitable for identifying extremely low level, trace quantities of contaminant, including emamectin benzoate in sediment. 

James Hutton Limited - Breeding Innovation 

2021 is the United Nations' International Year of Fruits and Vegetables - a year dedicated to raising awareness about the important role of fruits and vegetables in human nutrition, food security and health. As the commercial subsidiary of the James Hutton Institute, James Hutton Limited is proud be part of an organisation that plays a role in bringing new varieties of fruits and vegetables to consumers.

Meet The Team


Gillian Caruso started working with James Hutton Limited (formerly Mylnefield Research Services Limited) as temporary staff cover in 2013, 11 months later Gillian became a permanent member of staff and for the last 7 years has been working with Lesley Beaton, Licensing Manager, dealing with licence administration, plant variety protection and the collection of royalty income from the sale of licenced varieties.