Developing Scotland-Brazil relations

RSE - British Council Scotland ABRUEM Delegate Dinner

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) hosted a dinner in collaboration with the British Council Scotland on the 16 June 2016. The delegation from the Brazilian Association of Rectors of State and Municipal Universities (ABRUEM) travelled through the UK on a study tour as part of a fact-finding visit to explore possible research links and potential partnerships with UK universities or relevant organisations.

The visit was organised by the ABRUEM, a Brazilian association that represents 45 state and municipal universities, in conjunction with the British Council.

L-R: Prof. Carlos Roberto Ferreira, Prof. Albert Rodger (Scottish Funding Council), Dr Clive Reeves (Scottish Enterprise), Mr Claudio Anjos (British Council Brazil),  Prof. Jose Celso Freire Junior, Prof. Maria Helena Cirne de Toledo, Dr William Duncan (RSE), Prof. Adelia Maria Carvalho de Melo Pinheiro, Prof. Francisco de Assis Carvalho Arten, Prof. Dijon Moraes Junior, Prof. Carla Liane Nascimento dos Santos, Prof. Kathia Marise Borges Sales, Prof. Marian Scott (RSE), Prof. Julio Cezar Durigan, Mrs Rosangela Montenor Carnevalli Durigan, Ms Lucy Young (British Council Scotland), Mr Alan Salonika (RSE)

Developing Scotland-Indonesia relations

Indonesian Institute of Sciences and British Council Indonesia meet at Universities Scotland

Ms Nur Tri Aries Suestiningtyas, Head of the Bureau for Cooperation at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) and Ms Grenti Camelia Paramitha, Project Manager at the British Council - Indonesia met with representatives from Universities Scotland and The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), on 29 March 2016 to learn more about research in Scotland and opportunities for collaboration.

L-R: Ms Petra McNeilly Rutledge (Universities Scotland), Ms Nur Tri Aries Suestiningtyas (LIPI), Ms Grenti Camelia Paramitha (British Council - Indonesia), Ms Ruth Meyer (Universities Scotland), Mr Alan Salonika (RSE).

Developing Scotland-China relations

NSFC-RSE-CAS: New Paradigms for Future Collaboration in Science and Innovation High-level Forum

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) hosted the second NSFC-RSE-CAS Forum, drawing on key high-level experts to attend the jointly-partnered workshop with the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. A summary report is available here.


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