Our vision is to be a dynamic and innovative research community that benefits the rural economy and rural communities and enhances their environment.
Our strengths are in a number of science areas particularly
genetics, animal behaviour, nutrition and epidemiology.
Our vision is to be
recognised for the quality of our science
and knowledge exchange with stakeholders, to benefit crop production
and health, the environment, and the rural economy.
Our interdisciplinary research aims to
understand and meet the needs of a wide range of future farming systems.
Our research aims to improve the economic, environmental and social sustainability of rural areas in particular development of
sustainable agricultural systems and food supply chains.
Follow the latest announcements, achievements and progress made within Research.
Current SRUC jobs including PhD Vacancies - find out more and apply online.
We offer excellent opportunities for postgraduate research leading to a higher degree such as a PhD. Our dynamic research programmes are led by scientists of international reputation. Find out more
The Research Excellence Framework (REF) is the new system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions (HEIs). It will replace the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) and will be completed in 2014.
Carbon Management Centre held conference on 25-27 Sept 2013 to debate key issues surrounding sustainable intensification. Take a look at the presentations...
15-16 April 2014, Edinburgh - Delivering multiple benefits from our land: Sustainable development in practice
The Easter Bush Research Consortium brings together the Roslin Institute
of the University of Edinburgh, the Moredun Research Institute and the
Animal Sciences Researchers of SRUC.
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