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Genetic Improvement Networks (GINs) provide a key link between industry and academia to ensure that genetic research addresses the needs of the industry, and help tackle longer-term issues through breeding efforts. The James Hutton Institute and NIAB are seeking views from the soft fruit industry on the establishment of a Soft Fruit GIN.
James Hutton Limited is delighted to welcome our latest MDS graduate management trainee, Negin Tajali.
James Hutton is delighted to welcome Amanda De Moura as our new Soft Fruit Breeder and Trials Manager as she takes over our Blackcurrant and Redcurrant breeding programmes and a selection of our soft fruit projects
Catch up with our latest webinar featuring case studies to demonstrate how the techniques of SEM, FTIR and XRPD can be applied to different sample types, alone and in combination, to achieve the best results for customers.
James Hutton Institute scientists have developed a novel method for the separation of microplastics from soils and sediments, based on a unique high gradient magnetic separation technique.
We currently have two vacancies; we're seeking a Soft Fruit Breeder as well as a Rural Business Enterprise Manager to work with us in making an impact through science!
James Hutton Limited will be the second UK based organisation to offer ETV reports on environmental technologies in the United Kingdom and the only partner within Water Test Network.
James Hutton Limited is delighted to welcome our latest MDS trainee, Jeff Kempf!