37 exceptional researchers will be supported through the latest RSE Research Awards programme.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE)’s “Curious” summer events programme is back for a fourth year this August.
Early career researchers and professionals in Scotland are being encouraged to get involved as members of the first UK-wide Young Academy.
The Spring 2022 edition of ReSourcE is out now. This edition takes matters of health and wellbeing as its primary focus. We hear from experts and leading thinkers within the RSE Fellowship and beyond on some of the ways in which better health policies and practices can improve mental, social, and physical wellbeing across society.
These medals recognise individuals who are exemplary at communicating, facilitating engagement, and advancing public discussion on significant matters.
The RSE has announced its 2022 intake of 80 new Fellows from the arts, business, public service and civil society from Scotland and beyond.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We express our solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
The challenges that now face us are how to translate our findings into action and how to ensure that a commitment to justice, diversity and equality stands at the core of the long term strategy and work of the RSE.
The RSE has announced the recipients of the RSE Research Awards programme, awarding over half a million pounds in research funding.
RSE Research Awards Spring 2022 Programme opens, providing funding opportunities for all academic disciplines across all career stages. The Programme 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.
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