James Hutton Institute

Founding Year: 2011

Staff: 599

Budget: £24.836k (2019)

Colin Campbell (Chief Executive)

The James Hutton Institute is a research organisation “delivering fundamental and applied science to drive the sustainable use of land and natural resources.” It’s “research directly addresses the need for information on how biodiversity will respond to anthropogenic drivers and the key links between biodiversity change and ecosystem function.” The organisation’s research areas include; cell and molecular sciences, ecological sciences, environmental and biochemical sciences, information and computational sciences, and social, economic and geographical sciences.



James Hutton Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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