The aim of this workshop is to create a community of practice in visualization in the SEFARI member institutes and encouraging us to draw on each other’s expertise. The workshop is open to all, whether with or needing expertise in visualization, but places are limited.
Advanced Veterinary Clinical Training: Ultrasound detection of OPA as part of the veterinary control plan on farm
The aim of this course is to provide advanced clinical training for veterinary practitioners wishing to offer transthoracic ultrasound as a method for screening for Ovine Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma. Organised by Moredun Research Institute this course will also be suitable for
Daniel Leybourne, a PhD student from the James Hutton Institute, will deliver this Entomological Club seminar focussed on several interactions between two related grass species, modern barley (Hordeum vulgare) and a wild relative (Horedum spontaneum 5 - "HsP5"), with their insect pests and immediat
The Scottish Society for Crop Research (SSCR) and Bulrush Horticulture Ltd are holding a joint Soft Fruit Information Day and Winter Meeting at the Inchture Hotel in Perthshire. The day is free and open to anyone in the soft fruit industry and other interested parties.
This conference will inform attendees about recent advances in crop production methods and in chemical and non-chemical crop protection and advance discussions on crop production and protection problems prevalent in northern environments.
The 2018 Peter Wilson lecture at the Royal Society of Edinburgh will be given by Roger Crofts, chair of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. The title is ‘Scotland’s land: successes and failures, challenges and solutions’.
This conference will focus on exploring some of the key common challenges rural communities face in Ireland and Scotland and the respective approaches of Teagasc and SRUC to dealing with those challenges