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What a year…

This year in January, I became Co-Director of the Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre and Reader at SRUC, and blogged previously about that. 2022 has been an extremely busy and exciting time. I have now been Principle Investigator on 11 projects, successfully receiving almost £600k grants, including an award from Scottish government for Trustable Credit, […]

Co-directing for Thriving Natural Capital

In January 2022, I became the Co-director of The Thriving Natural Capital Challenge Centre at SRUC. Our goal is to research and build ecosystem markets to meet net-zero targets and reverse the biodiversity decline. We support thriving rural communities through regenerative agriculture and conservation. Natural capital can be defined as ‘renewable and non-renewable stocks of natural […]

COP26 videos & podcast

Scottish National Investment Bank Chair Willie Watt was interviewed by me at COP26 as part of the Finance for Nature conference. We discussed the public investment bank’s approach to nature – and climate-based investments as well as decision grade data. Willie Watt is the Chair of the Scottish National Investment Bank, a new publicly owned development bank […]

SRUCBytes & Science Festival event launched

When is a farm not a farm? I’m excited to Chair this Edinburgh International Science Festival event, this year online and free! Could a complex digital information system made of hardware and software be the answer to sustainable farming?   Join Dominic Gammon of The Aquaponics Garden and Gordy Wills of Intelligent Growth Solutions to explore how […]

Trustable Credit launched

I’ve just launched Trustable Credit, if you’d like to join in co-creating, developing and testing open and international standards for digital devices and their data measuring carbon, biodiversity and nature improvements please check out the website. We are a distributed organisation, an adhocracy of interested parties, do join us! From the 2010 academic calls to […]

BLING & Parliamentary Showcase

There’s no shortage of acronyms in academia – its RIDDLED (not an acronym, just capitalised for emphasis) with them! I was thrilled to chair the BLING conference – the mid term of the EU Interreg North Sea Region project on Blockchain in Government, where we discussed use cases of blockchain and DLT adding value to […]

Best Research Paper 2020, ISC2021 & Agrimetrics

Impact in academia is deemed by the UKRI as a “demonstrable contribution that excellent social and economic research makes in shifting understanding and advancing scientific method, theory and application across and within disciplines.” Using participatory action research (PAR) is a method for achieving impact whilst research and development is ongoing, and my last journal paper […]

SRUC Senior Challenge Research Fellowship

Dr Hannah Rudman has just joined SRUC. She is Senior Challenge Research Fellow & Data Policy Lead. Hannah’s digital and data innovation applied research and development work is grounded in interdisciplinary Participatory Action Research, which is practice-led rather than practice-based, and typically helps to create actionable knowledge with participants. Its about working out how digital tools and data […]

Reality DLT: 2019

Wallet.Services’ Strategic Transformation Director Dr Hannah Rudman reviews 2019 – a year in which Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) proved they could enable real and measurable citizen and business value. She highlights how our SICCAR platform has created reality DLT networks, working with increased efficiency, trust, transparency and cybersecurity in the public and private sectors.  The Oil and Gas sector (O&G)  ranks last of all industries in digital maturity (Deloitte’s study […]

Our MTP? DLT!

Dr Hannah Rudman, Wallet.Services’ Strategic Transformation Director considers why our championing of distributed ledger technologies (DLT) in manufacturing and resources and public sectors is also the company’s Massive Transformational Purpose (MTP). When I was at secondary school in 1989, Sir Tim Berners Lee wrote his paper proposing a World Wide Web of connected computers, which […]

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