“Kelp plays a critical role in the Atlantic, so it is important to understand what affects its distribution and survival over time and how sensitive it is to change.” Dr Andrew Want, ICIT, Heriot Watt, Stromness
“This new tool offers the advantage of being able to conduct inspection and analysis of 3D data remotely, while still obtaining precise results.” Lyn Wilson, HES
Students attend who come from Orkney but also from across the world especially the EU.
“I am really interested in understanding people’s experiences of consultations in Orkney and would like to capture a wide range of opinions. “
The restoration of native oyster beds in Scotland has the potential to be worth £3.5m
The Robert Rendall Building in Stromness (aka the Old Primary School) opened its doors to the public on Saturday 26th of October.
This year 10-15 places at Heriot-Watt’s International Centre for Island Technology (ICIT) in Orkney have been funded by the Scottish Funding Council.
Science Seminar at ICIT, Stromness, 2.30pm – 3.30pm
94.37% of the sea grass in Halley, Orkney was shown to have micro plastics attached to the plants
Nick Morrison is attending many of the events at the Orkney International Science Festival.