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Summer 2022 Newsletter

Read our latest newsletter – summer 2022 OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER is just out. Contents include… Prof David Miller on the key role of rural areas in responding to challenges such as climate change. Event report on the Peter Wilson lecture 2022. Its available to download in Newsletters.

SCRR’s third mini-conference for Early Career Researchers (ECRs): “Rural research in Scotland 2021: facing up to the challenges”

We have taken the decision to postpone the annual SCRR Mini-Conference for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) until we can all meet in person. We are therefore rescheduling our gathering to November 2022. This will allow us to plan for: face-to-face engagement with ECRs rather than an online-only experience; networking between ECRs and those from the public, …

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‘The future of rural science is in safe hands’

EVENT REPORT • At our online mini-conference on November 11th 2020, Early Career Researchers from SCRR’s member organisations shared their cutting-edge research into rural resilience and recovery – in livestock sectors, bees’ environments, community land ownership and science-based rural tourism.

Science for Rural Recovery and Resilience

Online mini-conference focusing on new work by Early Career Researchers Wednesday November 11, 2020 • 1pm – 3pm UPDATE: please see below for event report. The Scottish Consortium for Rural Research (SCRR) is holding its second mini-conference where Early Career Researchers (ECRs) will share their new research, this year looking to how rural Scotland moves into …

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