Mary McAleese tells the “inside story” of the Good Friday Agreement, the Queen’s historic visit to Ireland in 2011 and her hopes for the future.
Professor Colin McInnes explores how energy has enabled us to rearrange matter into organised structures, imprinting our ideas on the physical world.
Dr Rowan Williams discusses some of the themes of his Gifford Lecture Series with an audience at The Royal Society of Edinburgh.
This issue of ReSourcE features articles on: the unveiling of the portrait of Professor Peter Higgs FRSE by Dr Victoria
Discussion seminar hosted by The Royal Society of Edinburgh and The Scottish Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering & ‎Technology.
Professor Fred Freeman provides an illustrated lecture on the life, the work and the songs of Hamish Henderson.
CEO, Chris West, examines the achievements of Edinburgh Zoo.
Professor Michael Barrett outlines key scientific and geographical discoveries made by Livingstone and discusses the impact of tropical diseases on Livingstone’s travels.
Can ‎integrated reporting provide a wider, more long-term view of the value companies bring to their investors, customers and society?
Ian Stevens explores how inventions are brought to market, describing some of the challenges and discussing how products evolve to meet the needs of their users.
Highlights in this edition include: the full list of new RSE Fellows and new members of the Young Academy of
Professor Ian Boyd FRSE, Chief Scientific Adviser for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs delivers this SCRR Peter Wilson Lecture.