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RSE@The Scottish Borders

Participants at a previous RSE@ event in Glenelg

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 as well as others who feel the project is worthwhile.
Read more about the project.

 

Next Events

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Sir John Cass's Foundation Lecture: Education policy and Scottish autonomy: the end of a common British tradition?

Sir John Cass's Foundation Lecture: Education policy and Scottish autonomy: the end of a common British tradition?

1 Dec 2014

Speaker: Professor Lindsay Paterson FBA FRSE, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh

Does what we eat matter?

Does what we eat matter?

3 Dec 2014

Professor Maggie Gill OBE FRSE, Senior Research Fellow, Department for International Development, will explore the variety of foods we eat in different parts of the world and will look at how diets are changing and some of the factors that change diets.

News

European Scientific Adviser role abolished

Statement from RSE President

School science report raises teaching concerns

Survey by Learned Societies Group suggests that schools in Scotland are struggling to teach science due to lack of equipment and resources

Special event with RSE President at Irvine Royal Academy

Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell's first public event as RSE President added to Talk Science @ Irvine Bay programme.