Resources

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These resources are from RSE Fellows, members of the Young Academy of Scotland, RSE research awardees, and medallists. These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the RSE but are an opportunity for those in the RSE community to share their expertise and updates in their work.

  • Dr Helen Senn outlines the steps taken over the last decade to place the wildcat back on a path to recovery.

  • As part of the RSE investigates… conservation series, Dr Alex Ball will give a lecture on developing the first conservation genetics laboratory in Cambodia.

  • Specific Learning Difficulties refer to difficulties in acquiring skills in reading (dyslexia), mathematics (dyscalculia), and writing (dysgraphia). The SLDN met to explore the academic and policy work being done in the area.

  • As part of the RSE investigates… conservation series, Dr Alex Ball will give a lecture on developing the first conservation genetics laboratory in Cambodia.

  • Professor Steve Brusatte delivers a talk on, ‘Scotland’s Jurassic Park: dinosaurs, pterodactyls, and other fossils from the Hebrides?’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Dr Alison Cathcart delivers a talk on, ‘The scattered isles in the polar ocean?’ Scotland and the isles in the early modern period??’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • The birds of Skye

    Bob McMillan delivers a talk on, ‘The birds of Skye – some historical changes, trends, and challenges?’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Catherine MacPhee delivers a speed talk on, ‘Skye and Lochalsh Archive Centre – archives; community, identity and place’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Dr Gòrdan Camshron delivers a speed talk on, ‘Treasure Islands?: Gaelic language and culture as societal assets’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Dr Dòmhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart delivers a talk on, ‘ Johnson, Boswell, and the Isle of Skye: 250 years on?’at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Ceit Langhorne delivers a speed talk on, ‘Sheaves and spears: configuring accounts of Fingalian- Lochlannach battles in Islay and Tiree’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Eòghann MacLeòid delivers a speed talk on, ‘Caith beatha: material culture, identity and island history’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Demographic changes

    Professor Michael Anderson, FRSE delivers a talk on, ‘Demographic changes – how island populations have changed’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Professor Hugh Cheape, FRSE delivers a talk on, ‘ A’ mhuinntir do rinn an t-seirbhis uile – ‘The folk who did all the business’. Revisiting the Past in the Islands’at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • Professor Christopher Whatley, FRSE delivers a talk on, ‘Pabay, Skye: a?reflective odyssey through a small island’s past’ at the ‘Islands – past’ conference.

  • The first fossil dinosaur reported from Scotland was a single footprint found on the Isle of Skye in the 1980s. Join Professor Brusatte to explore dinosaurs, pterodactyls, and other fossils from the Hebrides.

  • Why do have a problem with the UK constitution?

  • With new technology, leadership styles, and access to education, where does that leave the future of higher education?