On Monday 20 May 2019, the RSE welcomed 62 new Fellows from the worlds of business, science, creative arts, health, technology, law, public engagement and international development.
To mark Endangered Species Day today, our Fellow Professor Des Thompson and Scottish Natural Heritage colleague Dr Martin Gaywood give
The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, in partnership with Archaeology Scotland, is presenting this event at the RSE on Saturday 25 May, 9am–5 pm
The European Commission (EC) has launched a call for experts to join 'Mission Boards' under the next Research Framework Programme Horizon Europe.
"It was good to receive such a prestigious grant so soon after beginning my academic career. The research activity reinvigorated my national and international networks, professional and academic."
RSE Fellows elected to the Learned Society of Wales
"I have been able to learn new skills, and this research is helping to define and establish my academic identity. It is a badge of honour that the grant was awarded by the RSE."
The Holberg Prize is an international prize awarded for outstanding contributions to research in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law and theology. 
The RSE is pleased to welcome the next cohort of Enterprise Fellows onto the programme. Eight entrepreneurs, from eight UK
What are the challenges and opportunities for Scotland’s research base in the current funding and political climate? Thoughts on this
The RSE is delighted to announce that the following Fellows have been elected to join the RSE’s Council, or hold
In this issue, read about our recent RSE@ Inverness event, Food for Thought; discover if there has been any progress for Women in STEM over the last five years; find out about the RSE Young Academy of Scotland’s training day for displaced migrants; and read about how experts are working to preserve the Union Chain Bridge; and much more …