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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.
James Hutton Limited is off on the road again next week, making the annual trip to East Malling in Kent to exhibit at Fruit Focus, the UK’s premier fruit industry event.
James Hutton Limited is proud to be a gold sponsor of the 2019 International Society for Horticultural Science, RUBUS & RIBES Symposium. Running for the twelfth time, the event begins with a pre-symposium tour from Frankfurt, Germany to Zürich, Switzerland, from the 23rd to the 25th of June 2019, followed by congress in Zürich from 26th to 28th of June. Over 100 delegates are expected on the tour including James Hutton Limited’s Ribes Breeder and Researcher, Dr Dorota Jarret, and Rubus Breeder, Nikki Jennings. A further 200 delegates will participate in the symposium assembling from all continents to hear presentations from the cream of the global Rubus and Ribes research community.
Congratulations to Professor Lorna Dawson, Head of Soil Forensics at the James Hutton Institute who is named today by specialist magazine Lawyer Monthly, as a recipient of an Expert Witness Award 2019. News of the award reached Professor Dawson last month, coinciding with her induction as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (FRSE).
Head of Soil Forensic Science at the James Hutton Institute, Prof Lorna Dawson, CBE, FRSE, FRSA, was a guest on BBC Radio Scotland's 'Stark Talk' yesterday, sharing her varied, interesting career, including her experiences working with high profile crime writers and real life cases.