Congratulations to the seven Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh who have been made Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2023.
Six Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh have been made Fellows of the Royal Society.
The RSE has announced its 2023 intake of Fellows, with 91 names representing science, arts, business, sports, civil society and academia from across Scotland and beyond.
The RSE will hold an admission ceremony in May 2021 for its 80 new Fellows from the arts, business, public service, civil society, and academia from Scotland and beyond.
Sixty exceptional academics, professionals and royalty have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2017.
Former President of the RSE, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell has been awarded the Royal Irish Academy’s Cunningham Medal, and will receive the 2022 Jules Janssen Prize from the Société Astronomique de France.
Sir John Peebles Arbuthnott PPRSE has passed away at the age of 83.
The RSE will hold an admission ceremony on Monday 30 May for its 80 new Fellows from the arts, business, public service, civil society, and academia from Scotland and beyond.
The RSE has announced its 2022 intake of 80 new Fellows from the arts, business, public service and civil society from Scotland and beyond.
Five RSE Fellows have been included in The New Year Honours 2022 to mark their extraordinary achievements and services.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021 to Professor David MacMillan FRS CorrFRSE, jointly with Professor Benjamin List.
The RSE offers its congratulations to the following Fellows who were recognised in the Queen’s 2021 Birthday Honours.