The RSE and the Young Academy of Scotland have, today, launched their report, Tapping All Our Talents 2018 (TAOT 2018), which comprehensively reviews the progress that has been made at increasing the proportion of women working and studying in STEM in Scotland, including the number who rise to senior positions in academia and industry. Taking the RSE’s influential report of 2012 on women in STEM as a baseline, TAOT 2018 considers what has – and has not – changed for women working in STEM in Scotland today, and it makes recommendations for addressing the under-representation of women in STEM.
RSE Christmas Lecture: Stampy’s Christmas Cake Caper (An Adventure in YouTubing)
The buzz around this year’s RSE Christmas Lecture, ‘Stampy’s Christmas Cake Caper (An Adventure in YouTubing)’ has been amazing. When news broke…Read more
RSE responds to the Migration Advisory Committee’s inquiry into impact of international students in UK
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Professor Dame Anne Glover, RSE President comments on UK Budget Statement
Professor Dame Anne Glover, RSE President comments on Wednesday’s UK Budget Statement: “The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), as Scotland’s…Read more