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James Hutton Limited is delighted to share the news that Ribes breeder, Dr Dorota Jarret, has been appointed chair of the International Society for Horticultural Science’s (ISHS), Rubus and Ribes Species and Management working group, a position Dr Jarret is, “privileged and honoured,” to accept. Dr Jarret is the first female to chair the Rubus and Ribes working group and also the youngest to take up the position.
The James Hutton Limited team looks forward to meeting with our potato industry customers and project collaborators at BP2019 in Harrogate next week. A BASIS point will be available on our stand and we’ll be talking a lot about our Molecular Diagnostic capabilities and services.
Dr Louise Gamble, a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) Associate based at the James Hutton Institute, will speak at the 3rd International Haskap Conference in Jachranka, Poland, this week, presenting her research as to the likeability and usability of honeyberries by a potential Scottish market.
Analysts and researchers from the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen will host a course entitled, ‘Clay Mineralogy and its application to the oil industry’, next month.
James Hutton Limited will be at Offshore Europe this year, exhibiting as part of the Scotland Pavilion and highlighting the analytical services we offer for marine sediment analysis, the decommissioning sector and of course, the oil and gas industry as a whole.