Five RSE Fellows have been included in The New Year Honours 2022 to mark their extraordinary achievements and services.
A busy year — despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the RSE continued to deliver on its mission of
The RSE building will be closed from Friday 10 December until at least the end of January 2022 following recent Scottish Government guidance.
These medals recognise individuals who are exemplary at communicating, facilitating engagement, and advancing public discussion on significant matters.
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.
The RSE Post-Covid-19 Futures Commission has published a new report, 'Reimagining Scotland', making several recommendations for decision-makers to support Scotland’s Covid recovery.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) announces £1.8M in grants, funded by the Scottish Government, through the RSE Saltire Research Awards.
A world-famous church in the centre of Edinburgh will hold a Festival of Science, Wisdom and Faith as part of their 400-year celebrations.
The RSE SAPHIRE Fund is a new grant scheme to enhance existing international research partnerships between Scotland and partners in Asia.
The RSE's Research Awards programme invites applications across five different research funding opportunities to support all to realise their potential.
Professor Martin Hendry, FRSE discusses the importance of Curious. Events designed to challenge and inspire to make us think about the big ideas.
The RSE launches its third annual events programme, Curious, taking place from the 9th to 27th August 2021.