Congratulations to the following RSE Fellows who have been elected to the Academy of Medical Sciences for their exceptional contributions to advancing biomedical science
The RSE, the BA, the LSW and the RIA have jointly published an explainer, outlining the vital role that European Structural Funds play in supporting research and innovation throughout the UK.
The Chief Scientist Office (CSO) will manage this resource to fund studies that allow fundamental science being conducted in Scottish Academic Institutions to be applied to issues arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The RSE is aware that as a consequence of the current COVID-19 outbreak, holders of RSE research awards may need to cancel activities, such as planned visits, workshops and events, or reschedule them to a later date.
The European Commission is calling for startups and SMEs with technologies and innovations that could help in treating, testing, monitoring or other aspects of the Coronavirus outbreak to apply urgently to the next round of funding from the European Innovation Council.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s National Academy has announced its newly elected 2020 Fellows. These new Fellows comprise leading thinkers and experts from Scotland and around the world.
The RSE Lessells Travel Scholarship enables individuals who are pursuing their PhD or postdoctoral research in any engineering sub-discipline to pursue a research project in any part of the world outside the United Kingdom.
2016 recipient Dimitrios Tzelepis shares his experience and how his visit sparked an ongoing international collaboration.
As part of the Scottish Government consultation on the Replacement of European Structural Funds in Scotland Post EU-Exit, the RSE jointly hosted two thematic roundtable discussions on skills and innovation.