CAMERAS held a workshop at SASA Edinburgh on 14/01/11 to explore the development and use of molecular biology and omics technologies in areas such as environmental monitoring, assessment and regulation.
Date: Wednesday 18 April 2012
Venue: Scottish Natural Heritage Conference Centre, Battleby, Redgord
Following the success of the CAMERAS 2nd Annual Science Conference: “Volcanoes and snowstorms – effective decision making and public communication
“Volcanoes and snowstorms – effective decision making and public communication in a risky and uncertain world" 02/03 March 2011
The purpose of the conference is to help bridge the communication gap between the results of scientific enquiry and the needs of decision-makers and the wider community.
Pure speculation or just blue sky, whatever your view it helps to think ahead! This workshop held on the 10 November explored the use of futures tools to address food security issues in Scotland.
Presentation material provided at Scottish Government seminar 28 and 29 September 2010.
You can view the presentation materials which were used by CAMERAS at this event.
The first annual conference of the Biosciences KTN will highlight the role of biosciences in addressing some of the major challenges facing society and will provide a unique forum for interactions between industry, researchers and policy makers from a range of disciplines and market sectors.Driving the conversion of the UK’s bioscience knowledge into innovative agricultural, food and industrial products and processes.
We all thought we knew, but we all knew it differently! CAMERAS partners got together to galvanise a common understanding on ecosystems and ecosystem services in Scotland.
With the increasing amount of activity currently going on in Scotland to gain a better understanding of soils with much emphasis on soil carbon and the relationship with land use change and greenhouse gas emissions, a workshop was held on 23 August. It was led by Roger Coppock of FC GB. It heard from CAMERAS partners about what they are doing in this increasingly important area and looked at areas where aligning activities and efforts might be mutually beneficial.
March 2010 First Annual CAMERAS Event held in Dundee. Powerpoint presentations found below.