In the changing socio-political landscape of Scotland, debates on the Scots language have come to the fore. But what exactly is Scots?
Professor Sarah Skerratt reflects on the importance of collaboration and listening to a diverse range of perspectives in advancing useful knowledge.
Damian Barr FRSE in conversation with Dr Eve Poole, Chief Executive of the RSE, discussing the important moments in his life.
Listen to Damian Barr FRSE in conversation with Dr Eve Poole, Chief Executive of the RSE, discussing the important moments in his life.
Professor Martin Hendry FRSE peers into the Curious programme and shares his scientific journey through storytelling as a teenager.
Professor Diane Stone looks at the various forms of engagement of HEIs in transnational governance and the challenge of demonstrating impact.
Professor Alis Oancea introduces the idea of research-impact nexuses to capture the ‘hard-to-assess domains’ of research impact.
Professor David Price states that pregnant mothers’ mental health is crucial to the future of their babies’ brain health, particularly during an important period of development in the womb.
Professor Ronan O’Carroll argues that human behaviour is a crucial but undervalued factor in tackling major threats to public health.
Karen Anderson explains how the built environment can impact the quality of people’s lives and sense of wellbeing.
Professor Helen Hastie states that to build trust in robots, they need to recognise the needs, intent and emotional state of humans.
Professor Jim Gallagher illustrates the need for new thinking on tackling the drug deaths crisis in Scotland.