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Enlightening the European Debate

The RSE is holding a series of events aimed at enlightening the European Debate. These events will examine the implications of the UK voting to remain a member of the European Union, or voting to leave. They will consider the key issues, including: fiscal matters and trade; freedom of movement; social Europe; the environment; and the impact on devolved areas such as Scotland.

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Cures and curiosities in arthritis - towards a brighter future?

Cures and curiosities in arthritis - towards a brighter future?

9 May 2016

Professor Iain McInnes FRSE FMedSci, will discuss inflammatory arthropathies, including rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, which affects up to 2% of the population. He will discuss the critical interface between clinical medicine and drug discovery that, appropriately harnessed, can transform the lives of people with these debilitating diseases.

The Economics of the Choice

The Economics of the Choice

23 May 2016

This event will consider the economics of the choice to either remain in or leave the EU, and how trade could be affected by the Referendum's result. There will be a question and answer session following the presentations.

News

RSE Joins CaSE

The RSE is pleased announce that it has joined the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) as an organisational member.

Report now available - The UK in Europe. In or Out?

At this Q&A event, the issues covered included the impact of the EU on the economy and jobs, immigration, security and what it will mean for our future.

RSE responds to clarified Anti-Lobbying Clause

Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell commented, "The RSE welcomes the clause not applying to expert advice coming from all branches of knowledge. We are pleased to see that the Government recognises the expertise available outside Westminster that they should draw on."