In this issue, read about our recent RSE@ Inverness event, Food for Thought, featuring, among others, RSE Fellow Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne, founder of Genius Foods, and Kate Young, The Guild of Food Writers Blogger of the Year 2017. In addition, discover if there has been any progress for Women in STEM over the last five years; find out about the RSE Young Academy of Scotland’s training day for displaced migrants; and read about how experts are working to preserve the Union Chain Bridge; and much more.
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This issue highlights the RSE Awards Summer reception and the new RSE Unlocking Ambition Enterprise Fellowships. In addition, there are details of an event in the RSE@ Inverness programme and of the coming education conference in January 2019. There is also news of some of our Fellows, as well as information about the RSE Young Academy of Scotland, an international case study and recent Policy Advice papers.
This issue highlights several events which involved RSE Fellows over the last few months, as well as news about recent activities in the Awards, Policy, Events, International and Outreach teams, and the Young Academy of Scotland.
Featured in this first issue of our newsletter in 2018 is news of the Triennial Dinner held in January 2018, in honour of our outgoing President, Jocelyn Bell Burnell DBE; the Guest of Honour at the Dinner was Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, an Honorary Fellow of the RSE.
The Autumn issue features the challenges and opportunities of Brexit and the RSE’s visit to China. It also announces a £52k legacy received, a special portrait of RSE ‘grandfather’ Colin Maclaurin and announces a 2018 Pharmacology celebratory event.