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New to market anti-inflammatory fatty acid, Sciadonic acid (SCA), was developed following various analyses by Mylnefield Lipid Analysis.
Annual course a resounding success with delegates from VUmc Amsterdam, Organic Technologies, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute of Northern Ireland, Novogy Inc, Olean SAS, EuroCaps, Ferrero Italia and the James Hutton Institute.
There's a new raspberry in town and it's not one to be taken lightly. James Hutton Limited is delighted to announce that advanced floricane raspberry selection 0485K-1 has been given the market name, Glen Carron, and is the latest variety to be added to the James Hutton Limited raspberry portfolio.
Our potato research partnership with the Xisen Group has been shortlisted for a China-Scotland Business Award in the Business-Education Collaboration of the Year category!
Mylnefield Lipid Analysis recently undertook analysis to provide data for a clinical trial carried out by Belfast headquartered agri-food technology company, Devenish, and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a KTP Associate to work with The James Hutton Institute & Scottish Honeyberries Ltd to develop and optimise crop production and product development of the Honeyberry (Lonicera Caerulea).
Join Mylnefield Lipid Analysis, winner of a 1st Place AOCS Laboratory Proficiency Program 2016/2017 Award, at their Dundee site, for a popular lecture programme with presentations from Mr Peter Clough, Professor Bill Christie, Dr Charlie Scrimgeour & Professor Terry Smith.
A call for nominations is now open for Scotland’s Life Sciences Dinner & Annual Awards. People and organisations can nominate themselves or have nominations entered on their behalf. The closing date for entries is Friday 15 December and the entry form can be downloaded here. Tickets are also now on sale and available to buy directly from the event website.