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A project by Dr Ann Bruce of Innogen, the ESRC Centre for Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics, at the University of Edinburgh. It looks at methane emissions from sheep farming and beef cattle, and asks whether farmers are prepared to consider biotechnology solutions.
ECRR is a consortium of leading Scottish research organisations active in the areas of land, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and their uses – including farming, forestry, aquaculture and recreational pursuits.
Outdoor activity courses for schools, summer camps for young people and holidays for adults involving activities such as sea kayaking and mountain walking. Set in the remote and beautiful landscape of Sutherland in the far north-west of Scotland.
S B Repertor is a traditional Thames sailing barge that takes part in races and is available for day trips, weekends or longer cruises under sail. You can help crew the barge and learn the skills needed, or just relax and watch how it’s done.
Five-star holiday let in Fife, Scotland.
The Human Genre Project is a collection of new writing in very short forms – short stories, flash fictions, reflections, poems – inspired by genes and genomics. It is an initiative of the ESRC Genomics Forum based at the University of Edinburgh.
The regional network for eating disorders in south-east Scotland provides education, training, clinical advice and planning support to healthcare professionals across four NHS health boards – Lothian, Forth Valley, Fife and Borders. It is led by Dr Chris Freeman at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
The SynBioStandards Network is an innovative and interdisciplinary network for UK academics working in synthetic biology. Pulling together researchers from the worlds of engineering, biological sciences, computer science and the social sciences, the Network aims to create a space for them to share ideas, and to develop a common language and set of tools for synthetic biology research.