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RSE Newsletter - ReSourcE - Spring 2014 Issue 42


Highlights in the Spring 2014 (no. 42) edition include: announcement of 54 new Fellows; Professor Mary McAleese delivers the 2013 MacCormick European Lecture; latest on the Enlightening the Constitutional Debate series; visit to CERN; MoU with Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Annual Review 2013

In 2012, with the aim of building on our successful contribution in recent years, the Royal Society of Edinburgh launched a new Strategic Framework "Towards a New Enlightenment". The strategy provides a broad framework and a clear direction through which RSE Fellows and staff can deliver activities that contribute to the well-being of people in Scotland.The strategic vision is to generate a New Enlightenment by continuing to build a dynamic and relevant National Academy for Scotland.Our Fellowship has proven its excellence, and will serve as an independent source of inspiration,engagement and expertise in Scotland and beyond.Over the past year we have delivered a wide and varied programme of activities which have supported and contributed to that vision.

The Annual Accounts for the year to 31 March 2013 are also available to view now.

Towards a New Enlightenment. Our Strategic Framework

Strategic Framework

As Scotland’s National Academy of the Sciences, Arts & Humanities and Commerce, the RSE has an important role to play in supporting Scotland’s cultural, economic and social well-being in the 21st century.

Building on our successful contribution in recent years, this Strateg yprovides a broad framework and clear direction within which RSE Fellows and staff will deliver activities which contribute to the well-being of people in Scotland.


Science Scotland 14 - Summer 2013 - Inside geoscience

The 'modern' study of the Earth began in Scotland, and one name and work are irrevocably associated with that 'new' science: James Hutton and his Theory of the Earth, first published by the Royal Society of Edinburgh in the 1780s.

This issue of Science Scotland confirms that the geosciences continue to play a major role in Scottish science, society and the economy .....

Visit the Science Scotland website to view individual articles and previous issues.


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