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.
The RSE publishes its Africa Working Group scoping project report.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited The Royal Society of Edinburgh this week to present medals for outstanding academic achievement.
The review features introductory remarks from the President, Professor Sir John Ball, and the Chief Executive, Professor Sarah Skerratt; and provides an overview on the RSE's commitment to ‘knowledge made useful’; achievements throughout the year, and a summary report on finance and governance.
The RSE is calling for political parties to reach a consensus on innovative new approaches to devolved taxation in Scotland ahead of the next Holyrood elections.
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.  
Art experts are to discuss a major collection of African art at The Royal Society of Edinburgh this Friday
RSE President Professor Sir John Ball has welcomed the news that the UK as rejoined Horizon Europe.
The autumn 2023 RSE Research Awards programme opens today, providing funding opportunities for all academic disciplines and across all career stages.
The President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Professor Sir John Ball, has welcomed the news that the UK will once again have access to the Horizon Europe scheme.
Learning about where we all come from will help teach us about where we should go next