The Dirt Science Course (partnership of Cranfield University with James Hutton Institute, British Society of Soil Science and funded through NERC) students spent yesterday at Cranfield University learning about Soil data & spatial modelling of soil properties.
The British Society of Soil Science would like to congratulate one of our World Congress of Soil Science 2022 partners, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau (GCMB), who have been named the UK's Best Convention Bureau for a remarkable ninth year in a row.
Tuesday 3rd March saw 21 delegates from the Dirt Science course travelled to Shuttlewoth College to attend the BSSS Working with Soil Foundation Skills Course.
BSSS member Professor Lorna Dawson is featured in an article in The Scotsman on Sunday
DNA tests turn tiny crime scene samples into crucial new evidence. Murderers responsible for crimes dating back more than half a century could finally be brought to justice thanks to ground-breaking forensics techniques being pioneered by Scottish soil experts.
This morning Cranfield University in collaboration the British Society of Soil Science (BSSS) and the James Hutton Institute (JHI) began a NERC advanced training course in soil science at Cranfield University campus. The course will run until Friday 6th March 2015 and has 22 PhD students from across the country attending. The course is fully supported by NERC and has been offered at no cost to the participants.