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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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Rural science for public good: sharing our best ideas

SCRR Mini-Conference focusing on Early Years Researchers November 13, 2019 Venue: An Lochran, Inverness Across the breadth of Scotland, there are many researchers examining different aspects of the ‘rural’ from multiple perspectives – geography, geology, sociology, ecology, animal health, anthropology – and from the very micro through to the macro. In November 2019, SCRR held …

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The changing coast: sharing knowledge and practice

SCRR / Coastal Forum workshop November 2, 2018 Venue: Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow UPDATE: please see below for event report. In November 2018, the Coastal Forum and the Scottish Consortium for Rural Research held a one-day workshop during the Annual Science Meeting (ASM) of the Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS). …

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