ROTHAMSTED SCIENCE STRATEGY 2017-2022
Permission sought from Defra to run a series of trials using genetically modified Camelina plants.
08 Feb 2019
Thought up, co-designed, and run by farmers, all selected FarmInn projects will receive up to £3000.
06 Feb 2019
The Institute has convened an international group of experts to help it evaluate the quality of its science and assess the benefits of its research.
24 Jan 2019
The scientist responsible for the only public trial of a gene edited crop in Europe has said the EU decision to reclassify the plants as GM will cause a regulatory nightmare for food standard agencies.
18 Dec 2018
As this landmark year come to an end, our Head of Communications, James Clarke looks back on an eventful 12 months, as well as a peek into what the future might hold for farming.
17 Dec 2018
The World Meteorological Organisation has bestowed Centennial Station status on the Institute for its global importance in long term monitoring.
13 Dec 2018
Snap up one of three Rothamsted studentships funded through NERC’s Envision programme
12 Dec 2018
The new initiative with the University of Nottingham will support 20 researchers from developing countries.
30 Nov 2018
A pair of Rothamsted researchers have been named amongst the world’s leading scientists.
28 Nov 2018
Within two years a virus outbreak will likely hit European yields, leading to a hike in food prices across the continent.
16 Nov 2018
11 Feb 2019
21 Sep 2018
16 Feb 2018
31 Jan 2018
21 Dec 2017
21 Nov 2017
29 Oct 2017
31 Jul 2017
30 Jun 2017
Organised by Rothamsted Research and hosted at our headquarters in Hertfordshire, UK, the 8th International Meeting on Pesticide Resistance will cover the latest work on resistance to insecticides, fungicides and herbicides.
16 Sep - 18 Sep 2019
The Rothamsted Festival of Ideas brings together activities, exhibitions and demonstrations to immerse you in the science of feeding the world. The event is free and open to all with something for everyone, from young to old.
23 Jun - 24 Jun 2018
In the post-genome era we drown in data but starve for knowledge. Integrative Bioinformatics aims to integrate, align, model and simulate heterogenous data to generate deep insight into complex biological systems.
13 Jun - 15 Jun 2018
2018 marks the 175th anniversary of Rothamsted; our origin dates from the initial plantings in 1843 on Barnfield and Broadbalk fields, the first classical long-term experiments.
21 May - 23 May 2018
This conference will explore areas of host plant resistance to insects from major angles; novel phenotyping methodologies for field and laboratory, plant resistance to insects in model and crop systems, resistance mechanisms and breeding for resistance.
07 Mar - 09 Mar 2018
This aim of the workshop is to bring together farmers, industry representatives, and researchers with an interest in the management of multi-species (herbal) leys to discuss best practice for grazing these pastures with cattle and sheep.
28 Feb 2018
Tracking the Wheat Traits of Tomorrow
30 Nov 2017
Ask Jozsef Vuts, research scientist at Rothamsted, anything about the chemical ecology of insect pests!
26 Oct 2017
2017 Landwards Conference
11 Oct 2017
Healthy soils for sustainable agriculture: the role of SOM
03 Sep - 07 Sep 2017
ENGAGING WITH US
Forging partnerships to address food security, malnutrition, poverty, climate change and the environment.
Cutting-edge laboratories, experimental farmland, more than 500 staff of 35 nationalities across four locations in southern England.
Harpenden, Hertfordshire North Wyke, Devon
Brooms Barn, Suffolk Woburn, Bedfordshire