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Prominent EU speaker to deliver SSCR Annual Lecture

The 2012 Scottish Society for Crop Research Annual Lecture will be given by Mr Michael Hamell, Head of Unit, Agriculture, Forests and Soil, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission.

Creation of The James Hutton Institute

The creation of any new organisation always results in uncertainties on the part of staff and others. At The James Hutton Institute, particular importance is attached to spelling out the aspirations for the new organisation and indicating the way ahead.

The James Hutton Institute

Scotland has a brand new research ‘super institute’ with the job of tackling some of the world’s most challenging problems.

New report on barley project

A short report on the SSCR funded project 'Determining the phenotypic basis of differential cultivar response to soil physical constraints in winter and spring barley' is now available.

Peter Massalski Prize 2010

A 36-year-old scientist at SCRI (now part of the James Hutton Institute), Scotland’s leading centre for crop research and plant breeding, has been awarded the Peter Massalski Prize for meri

New SSCR website is launched

The Scottish Society for Crop Research has a new look website to enable members and other interested parties to keep up to date with its activities.

SCRI scientist honoured

A 35-year-old scientist at SCRI, Scotland’s leading centre for crop research and plant breeding, has been awarded the Peter Massalski Prize for meritorious research.

Scottish Society for Crop Research AGM

The Society's AGM was held at SCRI on Tuesday 27 May 2008.

New secretary for Soft Fruit Sub-committee

The Soft Fruit Sub-committee has a new secretary, Mrs Alison Dolan, plant pathologist in charge of soft fruit nuclear stock, based at

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