Dr Mohamed Khamis investigated how thermal imaging can be used maliciously to infer user input on keyboards and touchscreens.
Dr Stuart Dunmore investigated motivations to learn and the use of Scottish Gaelic among diaspora communities in New England.
Professor Bettina Bildhauer is trying to understand why Scotland is currently at the forefront of campaigns to end period poverty, and to track and record the fast-moving debates on this issue.
Genevieve Patenaude spearheaded the commercialisation of Earth Blox which aims to widen access to the power of planetary satellite data.
An international team of Scotland and Indian scientists on Monday confirmed the award of research funding by the RSE
Join us in welcoming the next cohort of academic entrepreneurs who have received our prestigious commercialisation award, the RSE Enterprise Fellowship.
Peter Orrell, Founder and CEO of MycoNourish which harnesses the power of beneficial fungi to enhance crop production.
David Hunter saw a gap in the market when he recognised that the available performance tracking technology in golf was outdated.
Caroline’s Enterprise Fellowship spun out a new biotech company - Elasmogen, the next-generation, therapeutic biologics company.
The RSE Enterprise Fellowship was a significant turning point for Murray Collins which supports sustainable development in West Afirca.
Alice Smith established Speak Unique, a company with the technology that can create personalised, synthesised voices for use in communication aids.
Dr Ghani was awarded the Enterprise Fellowship to develop, SolarisKit, a solar thermal collector which can convert sunlight into hot water.