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.
The RSE announces nine recipients of its esteemed medals, which recognise exceptional contribution and achievement across all academic disciplines.
Dr Martin Zeilinger examines the cultural and socio-economic impacts and ethical implications of ‘gamification’ and ‘financialisation’ in today’s digital culture.
Amplified by the Covid-19 pandemic, the increased use of electronic tools by journalists has enhanced their work, but also left them vulnerable when it comes to cyber security.
The spring 2023 Research Awards programme is now open, providing funding opportunities for all academic disciplines and across all career stages.
Exceptional research to be supported through the latest round of the RSE's Research Awards programme.
The RSE is pleased to announce the latest recipients of the Scotland Asia Partnerships Higher Education Research (SAPHIRE) Fund; a
Worldwide, one in three women has experienced physical or sexual violence, primarily by an intimate partner, according to data gathered
RSE Small Research Grant awardee Dr Lori Watson discusses the ways that traditional musicians are experimenting with new traditional music composition in Scotland. 
The RSE relaunches its medals to better reflect the important and often overlooked input of women to the sciences, arts, and letters in Scotland.
Dr John Nugent, RSE SAPHIRE Fund awardee discusses his project 'Neutrino Cross-section Measurements with the Novel WAGASCI Near-detector at T2K'