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September 2018
Event Title Venue Date Availability
Enterprise Fellowship Presentations and Entrepreneurs Club 2018
26th & 27th September 2018

RSE Enterprise Fellowship Presentations and Entrepreneurs’ Club The RSE Enterprise Fellowship mid-year and final-year presentations will take place on Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th September 2018 at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. These presentations give you the opportunity to hear from our current Enterprise Fellows and learn about their innovative start-ups first-hand. There will be plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues and the Enterprise Fellows, each day will include lunch. You are welcome to attend either or both days.
Royal Society of Edinburgh EDINBURGH
Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
EDINBURGH
EH2 2PQ
UNITED KINGDOM
26 - 27 September 2018 Places Available


October 2018
Event Title Venue Date Availability
MacCormick European Lecture 2018 - Addressing climate change and pursuing economic development: reflections from the IPCC
Monday 15th October 2018, 6pm

The 2018 MacCormick European Lecture will be delivered by Dr Hoesung Lee, Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The existence of dangerous climate change and its human causes is no longer in question. Attention is now turning to possible response measures. IPCC assessments have shown that governments and other non-state actors address climate change in the context of other national priorities such as poverty alleviation. Therefore, to be effective, climate action must be relevant to national priorities and societal concerns. We need to improve our understanding of how climate policies interact with the sustainable development goals. This work implies a greater engagement with the social sciences, and in turn requires an enhanced understanding of social values, consumption and behaviour — the drivers of decision-making. The findings of the just-completed IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC offer some insights here, as does our emerging thinking on the next comprehensive assessment.
Royal Society of Edinburgh EDINBURGH
Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
EDINBURGH
EH2 2PQ
UNITED KINGDOM
15 October 2018 Places Available


November 2018
Event Title Venue Date Availability
SUPA Cormack Astronomy Meeting 2018
Monday 19th November 2018

SUPA Cormack Astronomy Meeting 2018 The meeting is particularly relevant to research students and staff working in Scottish universities in the field of Astronomy and gives the opportunity for participants to meet, discuss research and hear about new developments. The day will also include coffee and lunch. There is the opportunity to present your work at a general-interest level in a 20-minute talk or, for more focused research, through an extensive poster session which will be judged in a competition. Should you wish to present a poster or talk, please ensure this is outlined in the registration form. We will be in touch after the submission deadline to let you know if your talk has been selected and send the programme of the day. Deadline for talk submissions: Monday 15 October 2018
Royal Society of Edinburgh EDINBURGH
Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street
EDINBURGH
EH2 2PQ
UNITED KINGDOM
19 November 2018 Places Available