Paul Hagan and Rob Wallen write about college-university collaboration.
Gordon Flockhart writes about alternative pathways into engineering.
The Summer 2021 edition of ReSourcE turns to the global climate crisis. You can read expert opinions from RSE Fellows
Professor Fiona Gilbert FRSE argues why the public should allow the use of their data within healthcare for the greater good.
Dr Rebecca Wade examines the advancements in nature-based solutions that are helping to tackle climate change | Face the Facts
This event discusses the UK Government’s plans for reforming the asylum system and what this means for Scotland’s approach.
Offering a critical perspective, our speakers explore how we now need to reimagine the nature and purpose of education post-pandemic.
Experts from across the globe talk about how public narrative and communication on Covid-19 has taken place in their country/state.
Dr Rebekah Widdowfield discusses the issues asylum seekers and refugees face in a post-Brexit Britain with RSE Fellow, Professor Alison Phipps.
This discussion is an opportunity to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing citizen-led public service in Scotland
Professor Peter A Mossey FRSE explains how better clinician-patient communication through health coaching can improve disease prevention.
Jason Leitch in a panel discussion examines the response of the Scottish Government, what it got right – and wrong – over the last 18 months.