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A new, improved genetic marker that can be used by barley breeders to unequivocally identify potential Epiheterodendrin (EPH) non-producing barley varieties at the earliest stages of the breeding process has emerged from a project between International Barley Hub researchers at the James Hutton Institute and the Scotch Whisky Research Institute.
Congratulations to Peter Orrell, a member of the James Hutton Limited team, who completed his PhD at the start of this year. In a first for the James Hutton Institute, the runner up prize at the Converge Challenge awards went to Peter, for his innovative business, MycoNourish.
A Transcript and Metabolite Atlas of Blackcurrant Fruit Development Highlights Hormonal Regulation and Reveals the Role of Key Transcription Factors.
James Hutton Limited launched new raspberry demonstration tunnels at Fruit for the Future, the James Hutton Institute’s annual soft fruit-themed event, on Thursday 19 July 2018. The tunnels were officially opened by Kirstene Hair, MP for Angus.