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.
The RSE is pleased to announce the recipients of its new community-led research awards. Generously backed by the Williamson Trust, a total of £59,518 will be awarded to 12 community research projects located across Scotland.
The RSE announces eight recipients of its esteemed medals, which recognise outstanding contribution and achievement across all academic disciplines.
The RSE announces 60 exceptional research projects that have been selected at the autumn 2024 Research Awards programme call.
The spring 2024 RSE Research Awards programme opens today, providing funding opportunities for all academic disciplines and across all career stages.
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.
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.
Academics have been honoured for their outstanding achievements, attending an RSE Medals Ceremony at the Society this week.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited The Royal Society of Edinburgh this week to present medals for outstanding academic achievement.
New RSE award supported by the Williamson Trust is designed to support community-led research which has the goal of improving people’s health and the health of the environment.  
The autumn 2023 RSE Research Awards programme opens today, providing funding opportunities for all academic disciplines and across all career stages.