Rothamsted Research has received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award for its commitment to gender equality and support for women having their careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM).
The Farm Crap App, or formally the Farm Manure Management App can help farmers visually assess the nutritive and economic value of livestock manures
Rothamsted Research has teamed up with Oaklands College to launch the institute’s first formal apprenticeship scheme.
The award is the highest the Chinese Government makes to non-Chinese experts.
Rothamsted Research is key partner in a new research project which aims to design and produce a control system for beetle pests of peas and beans, which does not use blanket sprays of insecticides.
Business Secretary Vince Cable will announce £125M of funding over five years to support the training and development of 1250 PhD students today (Friday 3rd October). The announcement will be made at The Roslin Institute, part of the University of Edinburgh, where he will meet current PhD students.
Rothamsted Research provides knowledge and innovation to grow more food on the same or less land, using less water, fertiliser and pesticides than historically achieved, while moving towards more sustainable agricultural systems. Rothamsted, a primarily publicly funded research organisation, is now looking to diversify its sources of income. In order to achieve this, Rothamsted will aim to collaborate more with partners that are not publicly-funded.
Official webpage launch for Rothamsted Radar Entomology Unit to celebrate over forty years of field observation.
For the first time flowering plants have been successfully engineered to fix carbon like the blue-green algae do – this can potentially increase photosynthesis and yields in crop plants.
In a collaborative project, funded by HGCA to look at resistance to pyrethroids in CSFB, scientists at Rothamsted Research have found a mutation (kdr) that is known to confer resistance. A wide range of samples collected at various locations in the UK, mainly from East Anglia and Yorkshire, have been found to be resistant to pyrethroids.