Blog| 23/05/2022
Professor Jeremy Peat, RSE VP for Business, reflects on a series of economic issues related to constitutional change and the Scottish independence debate.
Blog| 19/05/2022
Professor Eleonora Belfiore explores the resistance against the impact agenda within the arts and humanities academic community
Blog| 19/05/2022
The Universities Policy Engagement Network looks at the challenge of bringing about positive change for equity, diversity and inclusion in academic-policy engagement.
Blog| 19/05/2022
Dr Ellen Stewart on why engagement with citizens has the potential to improve research and increase its relevance to policy and practice.
Blog| 19/05/2022
Professor Stephen Reicher reflects on the importance of exchanging knowledge between disciplines in addressing the challenge posed by Covid-19.
Blog| 19/05/2022
Are current approaches to impact addressing the demands for interdisciplinary approaches, and do they call for more diversity?
Blog| 10/05/2022
Dramatic progress against this deadly disease has faltered. Professor Heather M Ferguson FRSE on how to get it back on track.
Blog| 26/04/2022
Professor Alex Murphy FRSE writes about bringing STEM opportunities to the most remote locations in Scotland.
Blog| 20/04/2022
As a growing sector, it also offers exciting opportunities for the future, and Scotland is at the forefront of these opportunities.
Blog| 13/04/2022
Sitting among the many aspirations that we have for space exploration is one enduring question – is there life beyond Earth?
Blog| 05/04/2022
Professor Claire Dunlop sketches three blind spots of policy impact which learning accounts bring into focus.
Blog| 05/04/2022
The ‘impact agenda’ in higher education first gained currency around a decade ago. And to be honest, a lot of that activity felt quite formulaic and box-ticking.

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