The RSE has provided a letter response to the Cumberford-Little Report into the economic impact of Scottish colleges. This response…
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) and the Learned Societies’ Group on Scottish STEM Education (LSG) prepared a joint submission to the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Skills Committee’s evidence session with Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills John Swinney on COVID-19 and the re-opening of schools, which took place on Friday, 12 June, 2020.
The RSE jointly hosted two thematic roundtable discussions on skills and innovation as a contribution to the Scottish Government consultation on The Replacement of European Structural Funds Post EU-Exit.
With Scotland committed to increasingly ambitious action against climate change and with the transport sector in the midst of another technological revolution, the time is right to re-evaluate Scotland’s transport system to ensure it is ﬁt to meet these challenges and deliver high quality, modern services.
The RSE has provided a response to a call for evidence from Sir Anton Muscatelli into his review of the role Scottish universities play in working with industry in stimulating inclusive growth.
A multidisciplinary group of RSE Fellows met in June with Sir Adrian Smith FRS to contribute to his UK Government commissioned review into Future Frameworks for International Collaboration on Research and Innovation, post Brexit.