Six Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh have been made Fellows of the Royal Society.
The Spring 2023 edition of ReSourcE focuses on biodiversity – why it's under threat, why it matters, and what can be done to tackle the biodiversity crisis. From the latest scientific research to innovative conservation projects and policy initiatives across a range of sectors, we look at the current state of biodiversity in Scotland, the UK and internationally, and the efforts being made to protect it.
RSE Research Workshops awardee Dr Andrew Jennings discusses his project: The Scottish Island Futures – 2050 and Beyond.
RSE Small Research Grant awardee Dr Luis Novo examines metal and particulate matter accumulation in the urban hedges of Edinburgh.
RSE Personal Research Fellowship awardee Professor Tanja Bueltmann investigates Scotland's European diaspora post-Brexit.
The RSE, Scotland’s National Academy, has appointed Margaret Morton as Director of Development to support its strategic priorities and expansion of its work nationally and globally.
Professor Bruce Peter celebrates the interiors Clyde-built ships’ interiors created between the 1860s - 1960s.
The LSG and the RSE welcome, in principle, the decision by the SQA to re-introduce coursework and examinations for practical subjects that were removed from the assessment of National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher subjects during the Covi-19 pandemic.
The five-year strategic plan sets out the framework for delivering the RSE’s purpose and focuses on key societal challenges to be addressed through the contributions of Fellows and Young Academy of Scotland (YAS) members. The RSE’s diverse expertise and membership enables us to bring multidisciplinary perspectives to the key issues of significance for Scotland, the UK, and internationally.
The RSE announces nine recipients of its esteemed medals, which recognise exceptional contribution and achievement across all academic disciplines.
The RSE's activities in Shetland will launch a programme of community engagement events for 2023 extending its mission across Scotland.
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.