RSE@The Scottish Borders
Participants at a previous RSE@ event in Glenelg
The Scottish Borders has been chosen as the next region to host the RSE@ outreach programme during 2014-15. The RSE is currently seeking support from individuals, organisations and charitable foundations with links to the region as well as others who feel the project is worthwhile.
Read more about the project.
Enlightening the Constitutional Debate
Over the last year, the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the British Academy have held a series of special events, led by the UK’s foremost experts and thinkers, to examine key issues surrounding Scotland’s future. Topics covered include: Scotland and the EU; Borders, Immigration and Citizenship; and Currency, Banking and Financial Services.Comprehensive reports from each of the events have been brought together in a vital new book, Enlightening the Constitutional Debate . Download as ebook
29 Sep 2014
This lecture forms part of an RSE Ordinary Meeting and so will be preceded by Society business, such as Fellows signing the Roll. It is in association with the Scottish Cancer Foundation and the Cruden Foundation.
13 Oct 2014
Sir John Arbuthnott MRIA PRSE FMedSci, President, The Royal Society of Edinburgh; Former Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Strathclyde; Member, Food Standard Agency, Scotland; Chair, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde; will mark the end of his three year Presidency of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
The President and President-Elect of the Royal Society of Edinburgh responded to the referendum outcome.
The RSE highlights the need for literacy, numeracy and information literacy to underpin digital skills for an unpredictable future.
Scotland's Innovation Centres are the focus of the latest issue of Science Scotland.