For 100 years The Rowett Institute has influenced the food we put on our plates, from the introduction of milk in schools and keeping the nation fed during World War Two to breakthroughs in human and animal nutrition. Today it continues to play a leading role in the UK’s research capability in nutrition and its research outputs provide evidence for policy development and support innovation for the food and drink industry.
To mark the Rowett Institute's Centenary a series of events are planned in the first half of 2013. These will include an exciting programme of events at the University of Aberdeen's May Festival and presence at the Edinburgh International Science Festival and Royal Highland Show.
In late 2014 the Rowett Institute will move to a state-of-the-art new building on the Foresterhill health campus in Aberdeen. The move will enable scientists to be housed together in modern purpose-designed facilities close to other health research facilities and ensure the Institute remains at the forefront of world class research in health and nutrition.