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Dr Michelle Hart
As Head of Scientific and Technical Services (STS), Michelle is responsible for the provision and maintenance of the research laboratories and associated services at RBGE. The lab facilities are a core shared-use facility, supporting a diverse…
Frieda Christie retired from RBGE in 2021 after working at RBGE for over 28 years as our microscopist. She worked with people from all over the world to use microscopy to look in stunning scientific detail at our plant collections. In addition to…
Dr Giada Ferrari
Giada obtained her PhD in evolutionary biology from the University of Zurich, working on shotgun metagenomic approaches to detect pathogens in preserved soft tissues. She then held a postdoc position at the University of Oslo, focusing on ancient…
Engaging Gardens is RBGE’s community engagement programme and is supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. We want to make sure that every person can access and benefit from the health, wellbeing and learning opportunities that RBGE's four…
Groups are welcome at all four of our Gardens with reduced entry prices, options for catering – including afternoon teas - and guided tours on offer. Details on opening times, group rates and further contact details can be found for each of the…
Celebrating 350 years In 2020 we celebrated the scientific and horticultural achievements of the past 350 years, tracing our progress from 17th century physic garden to world-leading botanic garden. However, our celebrations were not just about the…
Science and Biodiversity Strategy 2021 - 2030
Launched in June 2021, our Science and Biodiversity Strategy is a direct response to the Biodiversity Crisis and the Climate Emergency. It reflects the urgent need for action to: Secure a nature-rich future in the face of global environmental…
Rhododendrons: a Unique Collection
Rhododendrons are at the heart of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Watch the short film below to see how our world leading Rhododendron collection is used for science, conservation and education.
Treasures Under Glass
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh has a world leading collection of plants, with a third of the collection - over 45,000 plants - growing in the Glasshouses. Watch the short film below to discover more about our precious collection of conservation…
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