Issue 64, Winter 2008

ECRR is 20 years old; Professor Stuart Monro takes over as Scientific Director; Roslin plans new building; work starts on new Vet School building; yew conservation

Issue 63, Autumn 2008

21 years of scientific collaboration at BioSS; forest planning helps conserve peatland birds; declines in hill livestock numbers; new director at Forest Research

Issue 62, Spring 2008

Two major new bioscience ventures, the Roslin Institute and Easter Buch Research Consortium; sustainability in Highland estates; climate change in Scottish forests; bluebells

Issue 61, Winter 2007

Scotland’s energy – did you know? Multibeam survey reveals amazing sea bed under Forth bridges; malaria breakthrough reveals link with potato blight

Issue 60, Spring 2007

Sustainable aquaculture (salmon farming); restructuring at CEH; wind farms and upland birds; healthier crops

Issue 59, Winter 2006

Climate change special issue

Issue 58, Autumn 2006

Professor Anne Glover appointed to the new post of Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland; new potato variety, Mayan Gold, and new raspberry variety, Glen Doll, from SCRI; forests in the Congo; new home for SASA at Gogarbank

Issue 57, Spring 2006

How human health relates to animal medicine; the nitrogen cycle; avian flu; potato disease; corn buntings

Issue 56, Winter 2005

Edinburgh Genetic Evaluation Services is set up; Professor Geoff Palmer retires from International Centre for Brewing and Distilling at Heriot-Watt; soil resilience; geese

Issue 55, Autumn 2005

Assessing earthquake risk; proteomics; Professor David Elston is appointed new director of BioSS

Issue 54, Spring 2005

Reorganisation at the Museum of Scotland, NMS; impacts of climate change on upland birds; palm house reopens at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh