Press Releases / 2005

Press Releases / 2005

All press releases are in PDF Format.

 

November 2005

Research Funding to help improve quality of life of Scotland’s ageing population

 

October 2005

Ice Cream, Levitation and the Big Bang in Stranraer

Royal Gold Medals for Outstanding Achievement

World Renowned Mathematician is new RSE President

Independent Inquiry into Issues for Scotland’s Energy Supply Evidence-gathering in Glasgow

 

September 2005

Scotland's Top Innovator. The Gannochy Trust Innovation Award

Attracting, Retaining and Recognising Scotland's Research Talent

 

August 2005

RSE's Independent Energy Inquiry to Take Evidence in Shetland - 26 August

RSE's Independent Energy Inquiry to Take Evidence in Orkney - 25 August

 

July 2005

RSE's Independent Energy Inquiry to Take Evidence in Aberdeenshire - 27 & 28 July

RSE Energy Inquiry to take Evidence in Stornoway - 18 July 2005

 

June 2005

RSE Energy Inquiry to take Evidence in Forres - 27 June 2005

What do Young People think about Climate Change?

 

May 2005

European Commissioner for Science & Research Visits Scotland to discuss Knowledge for Growth

Launch of RSE Energy Enquiry - 16 May 2005

Independent Committee to investigate Scotland's energy supply

 

March 2005

World-renowned Mathematician to be next President of The Royal Society of Edinburgh

Election of Fellows 2005 - Breadth of Expertise for Public Benefit Increases

Earthquakes at Home and Abroad

 

February 2005

 Aberdeen's Young Scientists Enlightened by Fish that Glow in the Dark

International Economist Treads in Footsteps of Adam Smith

Europe's Hidden Coral Worlds

 

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