Lecture given by Professor Lindsay Paterson FBA, FRSE, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh.
A lecture by Professor Andrew Biankin, Director, Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre and Regius Chair of Surgery, University of Glasgow.
This issue of ReSourcE features articles on changes in the membership of Council and the announcement of the 45th President
Sir John Arbuthnott reflects on how the health service has changed throughout his career.
This issue of ReSourcE features: the RSE’s Triennial Dinner 2014 held in Glasgow City Chambers; the Young Academy of Scotland’s
The eight new Innovation Centres being established in Scotland are intrinsically innovative in several ways. Not only are they ambitious
Presentation of the 2014 Royal Medal to Professor Tom Kibble and a talk given by Professor Rolf Heuer, Director General of CERN.
Michael Russell gives a presentation to Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh about the Scottish Government’s plans for Higher Education Research should Scotland become independent.
Experts from the Universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde and from Scott’s house at Abbotsford, share research on face perception, portraiture and literary descriptions.
The Summer 2014 issue of ReSourcE features: the latest on the Enlightening the Constitutional Debate series; our final report from
David Hewitt’s lecture pays homage to Walter Scott on the bicentenary of the publication of the first historical novel, ‘Waverley’.
Most of us who live in Scotland find ourselves attracted to the sea, and most of us can reach the