Mylnefield Research Services
Mylnefield Research Services (MRS) Ltd is a commercial affiliate of the James Hutton Institute based in Dundee, Scotland. MRS was founded in 1989 as wholly-owned subsidiary of the Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI). On the 1st April 2011, following the merger of SCRI with the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute in Aberdeen, the ownership of MRS transferred from SCRI to the James Hutton Institute.
The remit of MRS remains unchanged, to undertake contract research, especially plant breeding, license plant varieties internationally and deliver analytical services. Profits made by MRS will be gift aided to the James Hutton Institute.
You might not have heard of us but we are sure you have heard of many of the products we have helped develop. Did you know that the iconic brand Ribena only uses blackcurrants bred by us or that the leading organic potato variety in the UK was bred by us in collaboration with Greenvale AP.
This website gives details on how we can help your company, whether its through developing innovative new varieties of cereals, fruits and vegetables, analysing oils and fats or helping you in food authenticity and traceability.
Job Vacancies: Field and Glasshouse Assistants
RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP FORMED TO VALIDATE BIOCONTROL SOLUTIONS
Fatty Acids and Lipids - Chemistry, Biology and Analysis Course (2014)
Great British Bred Big Ben receives Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society
Investors in People Silver Award
Head of Mylnefield Isotope Signatures interviewed for PRI’s The World
Dr Helen Kemp approved by FIRMS as a lead forensic practitioner.
Two International Conferences in 10 Days
Record trading performance for MRS Ltd
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science embraces Stable Isotope Forensics
A "Full-House" of stable isotope presentations at EGU 2012
Good Practice Guide for IRMS: Mylnefield Isotope Signatures play a key role.
Good Manufacturing Practice
Stable isotope signatures help tracing designer drug manufacture
Mylnefield Isotope Signatures in TSB Consortium
Mylnefield Isotope Signatures in the news.
CSI: Crime Scene Isotopes
Stable Isotopes help unravel the mysteries of coral
Head of Mylnefield Isotope Signatures awarded position as Visiting Professor at RGU
JHI Principal Scientist and head of MIS to join Science Advisory Board of Oritain Global Ltd
Stable Isotopes at the European Geosciences Union