People with intellectual disabilities face unique health challenges, including lower cancer screening participation which leads to higher mortality. Professor Deborah Cairns was awarded an International Joint Projects award to collaborate with colleagues in Australia to improve access and engagement globally.
Exploring LGBTQ+ life, RSE awardee Professor Yvette Taylor aims to reimagine social justice through intersectional queer perspectives, focusing on resilience, creativity, and non-normative practices.
RSE Personal Research Fellowship awardee, Dr Laura Forrest discusses her work aiming to improve menstrual health literacy in Scotland.
Professor Cornel West delivered the annual Gifford Seminar at the Royal Society of Edinburgh - A jazz-soaked philosophy for catastrophic times
Dr Emily Draper of the Young Academy of Scotland speaks about her drive to understand how the world works, and her commitment to helping women in chemistry, as she receives her RSE Lady Margaret Moir Medal.
Professor Jenni Barclay is a world leader in the emerging field of social volcanology - working with communities to help them become more resilient to volcanic activity, especially in times of crisis.
Professor Sharon Ashbrook - a world leader in the emerging field of nuclear magnetic resonance crystallography - speaks about the importance of asking why in a career in science.
A series of workshops were held at the RSE to discuss human rights, both in the UK and internationally, to mark the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
A team of academics, honoured by the Royal Society of Edinburgh with the Mary Somerville Medal, developed the EAVE II health monitoring platform, which played a crucial role in tracking and analysing the Covid-19 pandemic.
Art experts are to discuss a major collection of African art at The Royal Society of Edinburgh this Friday
Learn how prosperous Scotland’s future may be if it harnesses its true potential in green energy storage at Curious this year.
True crime documentaries are some of the most popular in the media today. Whether in podcast form, documentary film or documentary series, true crime and unsolved murders never fail to capture people’s attention and ignite curiosity.