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Scotland’s boneheaded ban on GM: the scandal just got worse

The Scottish government is becoming notorious for ignoring scientific advice, or not even asking for scientific advice on scientific questions. The latest example is the blanket ban on GM technology, which has drawn… 368 more words



To Edinburgh yesterday for the admission of new Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

The grey city was looking at its best in the spring sun: people were sitting on the grass in Princes Street Gardens, or crowding round the Scott monument. 210 more words


Congratulations ...

… to Rosemary Bailey, who has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

It is pleasing when one of us gets to go through such a door!

RSE Thomas Reid Medal Ceremony 2014

On 9 June Katie Stevenson accepted the Thomas Reid Medal from the Royal Society of Edinburgh, in a ceremony that was followed by an… 14 more words

Dr Katie Stevenson

Continuing the discussion: Summer 2014 events

We’re looking forward to continuing discussions on digital participation in Scotland at the following events in June. Most of these events are free and open to the public to attend, follow the links for more information. 245 more words

Inquiry Events

Final Report to be published 30 April 2014

Spreading the Benefits of Digital Participation: Launch of Report

Wednesday 30 April 2014, 9.30am to 11.00am

At the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh, 10 Crichton Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9AB… 225 more words

Inquiry Events

Katie Stevenson wins RSE Arts & Humanities Research Grant

Dr Katie Stevenson has been awarded a Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts & Humanities Research Grant for her project The Power of Pedigree: The Stewart Dynasty and the Foundations of Royal Authority. 66 more words


Dr Katie Stevenson reblogged this on The Power of Pedigree and commented:

The Power of Pedigree is currently funded by a Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts & Humanities Research Grant.