The RSE has announced the recipients of the RSE Research Awards programme, awarding a total of £836,000 in research funding.
Dr Murray Collins and Dr Ifeyinwa Kanu give an insight into their entrepreneurial journey as part of the mission to achieve net-zero.
Ivan McKee, MSP will present a keynote address ahead of the live launch of ‘Innovation Critical – Scotland’s Net Zero Mission and Climate Tech Opportunity’.
Join Greyfriars Kirk, the RSE and other guests for a weekend of events that celebrate what happens when people seek knowledge and truth together.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) announces £1.8M in grants, funded by the Scottish Government, through the RSE Saltire Research Awards.
Ten researchers have been awarded an RSE COP26 International Climate Change Network Grant to strengthen existing international collaboration addressing ongoing climate change impacts.
The RSE SAPHIRE Fund is a new grant scheme to enhance existing international research partnerships between Scotland and partners in Asia.
The Cross Party Group on Science and Technology are reconvening on Tuesday 7 September. The theme of the meeting is climate change mitigation technologies.
Industry ‘think-and-do tank’ calls for national innovation mission behind Climate Tech.
The RSE joins 22 other Commonwealth science academies urging their nations to work together to address the challenges making an unequal impact on society.
A new Research Awards programme providing different funding opportunities, for all academic disciplines and for all career stages. It aims to ensure that the RSE provides for, and responds to, the needs of Scotland’s academic communities and society. Applications may be made from today.
Two separate funds are available as part of a drive to support disadvantaged academics and to facilitate collaboration in climate change research.