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.
The position papers which were discussed at The Economics of the Choice event on Monday 23 May, are available online: Some (macro) Economic Aspects of the European Referendum and Trade and the 2016 European Referendum.Click here for more information about the series.
31 May 2016
Ahead of a referendum on membership, the UK's relationship with the EU is centre stage right now. Join a panel of experts for a discussion of the key issues in the debate on the UK and Europe.
1 Jun 2016
This event will examine what it means to live and work in Europe, either with the UK as a continuing member, or with some new form of relationship with the EU that would be negotiated following a leave vote. There will be an extended period of questions and answers to enable there to be audience participation.
The RSE has responded to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's Inquiry
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The Royal Society of Edinburgh would like to congratulate its Fellows who have been recognised by the Royal Society, the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Learned Society of Wales for their achievements in their fields of research.