What does a resilient nation look like? How can government, industry, and society learn from the pandemic, the future risks and challenges, and what are the priority actions to build resilience?
The RSE's response to the British Business Bank (BBB) on their call for evidence around access to early-stage finance in Scotland.
In order to tackle climate change, we need more meaningful engagement founded on the policies that can contribute to behaviour and culture change.
This briefing paper highlights what the Learned Societies’ Group on Scottish STEM Education believes are the most prominent issues for STEM education in Scotland and presents associated recommendations and calls for action.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh's Education Committee responded to Scottish Qualifications Authority's (SQA) consultation on proposed models for the 2021 appeals process.
The RSE has submitted a response to the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee inquiry on Scotland and the Shared
On 2 February 2021, the RSE hosted a virtual roundtable with members of the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee
The Royal Society of Edinburgh responded to the UK Parliament's All-Party Parliamentary Group on Diversity and Inclusion in STEM's inquiry into Equity in the STEM Workforce.
As part of the Scottish Government consultation on the Digital Strategy for Scotland, the RSE jointly hosted a roundtable discussion
The RSE has submitted a response to the Scottish Government consultation on the draft Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Research
The Royal Society of Edinburgh's Education Committee recently prepared a response to the OECD review of Curriculum for Excellence (CfE), commissioned by Scottish Government. This builds on the Committee's representation in stakeholder sessions run by OECD this past autumn.
The LSG response to the OECD review of Curriculum for Excellence, providing insights into how CfE has impacted STEM subjects.