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.
Dr Micaela Mazzei, Small Research Grant awardee investigates how the implementation of community wealth building is being approached in Scotland.
Using arts-based methods, RSE awardee, Dr Johanne Miller, has carried out a study to generate new ways of understanding experiences of boredom in young people’s lives.
Marine mammal ecologist Dr Denise Risch uses her RSE Small Research Grant to study the unique acoustic repertoire of Atlantic white-sided dolphins for the first time.
RSE Research Workshops awardee Dr Andrew Jennings discusses his project: The Scottish Island Futures – 2050 and Beyond.
RSE Small Research Grant awardee Dr Luis Novo examines metal and particulate matter accumulation in the urban hedges of Edinburgh.
RSE Personal Research Fellowship awardee Professor Tanja Bueltmann investigates Scotland's European diaspora post-Brexit.
Professor Bruce Peter celebrates the interiors Clyde-built ships’ interiors created between the 1860s - 1960s.
Dr Martin Zeilinger examines the cultural and socio-economic impacts and ethical implications of ‘gamification’ and ‘financialisation’ in today’s digital culture.