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RSE@The Scottish Borders

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The Scottish Borders
has been chosen as the next region to host the RSE@ outreach programme during 2014-15. The RSE is currently seeking support from individuals,  organisations and charitable foundations with links to the region and from others who feel the project is worthwhile.

The Constitutional Debate

Front cover of Series Report

A series of eleven events, running since March 2013, to Enlighten the Constitutional Debate culminated in the launch of the series report on Tuesday 8 April 2014.

This new book offers a comprehensive and factual view on the Scottish independence debate from some of the UK's leading academics.

Download as e-Book or PDF.


Next Events

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Discussion Forum: Invasive Species - Friends or Foes?

Discussion Forum: Invasive Species - Friends or Foes?

4 Sep 2014

Speakers Professor Chris D Thomas FRS, Department of Biology, University of York and Dr Niall Moore, Head of the Non-native Species Secretariat for Great Britain will discuss the benefits and challenges of invasive species.

Lecture: Cancer Genomes for Cancer Care

Lecture: Cancer Genomes for Cancer Care

29 Sep 2014

This lecture forms part of an RSE Ordinary Meeting and so will be preceded by Society business, such as Fellows signing the Roll. It is in association with the Scottish Cancer Foundation and the Cruden Foundation.

News

Community Empowerment and Capacity Building

The report of the roundtable discussion organised by the RSE is now available.

RSE Council Statement on Research and the Referendum

Following discussions with Michael Russell MSP and with Greg Clark MP and David Willetts MP, the Council of the Royal Society of Edinburgh has issued an updated statement on Research Funding and the Referendum.

Talk Science @ Irvine Bay

Preparations are underway to deliver an exciting programme of educational events for schools and the wider public this autumn.