by The James Hutton Institute
Posted on March 29, 2017
Businesses, charities, communities and policy-makers will benefit from easier access to environmental and agricultural research carried out in Scotland, thanks to a collective launched today.
The collective – called SEFARI – will work across 6 of Scotland’s research institutes to improve the availability of information on, and connections between, areas such as the environment, land, food, agriculture and rural communities.
SEFARI will make the links between researchers and information users through innovative events, conferences and key conversations to promote and utilise research findings.
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