What is the International Barley Hub?

The International Barley Hub is a platform to promote excellence in barley science and promote collaboration across the scientific, industrial and commercial sectors. Its goal is to generate new discoveries and their effective translation into wider economic, social and commercial benefits. It will explore strategies for mitigating climate and environmental change to benefit a whole range of industries and wider society.

Who we collaborate with?

We work together with our international community in science, research and academia to support and collaborate across breeding, farming, malting, brewing, food, feed and health industries.

Where are we based?

The International Barley Hub, hosted at The James Hutton Institute near Dundee, Scotland is an international community with collaboration and interaction predominantly across the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

Timelapse: International Barley Hub Field Centre building construction

Find out more about the development of IBH in our latest newsletter: Hutton Tay Cities Region Deal Newsletter, July 2022 or watch our short video below:


The International Barley Hub is pleased to announce its 2022 series of seminars. Find out more on our Seminars page.


What do we and @JamesHuttonLtd have planned for @CerealsEvent this year? Listen to @malcolmacaulay @JamesHuttonInst from 35:43 on "What's happening at Cereals 2023? - Part 2 " by Machinery Matters to find out. #cereals23 ⚓ https://anchor.fm/machinery-matters/episodes/Whats-happening-at-Cereals-2023----Part-2-e1tvvfu/a-a97tmjn

We have a lot of #IBH seminars scheduled to take place throughout 2023.
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