Professor Sir John Ball has responded to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak's recent Autumn Budget and Spending Review
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) has today announced that Professor Sir John Ball FRS, FRSE has been elected as the next President of the Society.
Dr Murray Collins and Dr Ifeyinwa Kanu give an insight into their entrepreneurial journey as part of the mission to achieve net-zero.
The RSE Enterprise Fellowship programme welcomes the next cohort of academic entrepreneurs to take their commercial ideas in research and technology and turn them into thriving, successful businesses.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh’s (RSE) prestigious Enterprise Fellowship programme has paused recruitment for a period of six to twelve months.
Our Enterprise Fellows covered the highlights of their entrepreneurial journey to date; giving an exclusive insight into their experiences and achievements.
Industry ‘think-and-do tank’ calls for national innovation mission behind Climate Tech.
In 2021, bespoke funding of £470,000 to help 29 hard-hit academics in Scotland, as part of their Research Reboot Grant.
Join us in welcoming the next cohort of academic entrepreneurs who have received our prestigious commercialisation award, the RSE Enterprise Fellowship.
The RSE’s Enterprise Fellowship programme, valued at around £100k per Fellow, is now accepting applications until Wednesday, 28 April 2021
RSE Enterprise Fellowship evaluation The economic consultancy BiGGAR Economics reported that the RSE (Royal Society of Edinburgh) Enterprise Fellowship (EF)
Genevieve Patenaude spearheaded the commercialisation of Earth Blox which aims to widen access to the power of planetary satellite data.