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Medica CPD 6h
Big thank you to conference partner and who are participating at our conference! E-Leaflet:
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Hazel Robertson | RSGS Explorer 10h
Solo expedition time! ❄️ Heading off in the next hour to cross Hardangervidda, the largest high mountain plateau in Europe! A complete mix of excitement, nerves & anticipation. Chocolate for lunch so feeling ready 💪 Dot-watching here :)
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Though it might be cloudy, you can still see the Moon in Dumfries TONIGHT! on the door for this lunar special 👇👇👇
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RSGS Feb 21
Next week you can touch the .... in ! Prof Mahesh Anand from will discuss how lunar science has progressed over the past 50 years, and what the future holds for our closest natural satellite! Tickets on the door or via
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RSGS Feb 20
Replying to @MrGeoffreyCole1
Thanks , everyone is welcome! As you know, you can join us or donate to our work from anywhere in the world via our website 👇
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Luke Robertson | RSGS Explorer Feb 19
A little bit of news...that I'd appreciate being shared if you can - thank you in advance! 🙏👇 We're seeking sponsors for an expedition aiming to be the 1st in history to ocean row the infamous Northwest Passage - the 2,000 mile Arctic route between Atlantic & Pacific Oceans 👇
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H'Burgh Advertiser Feb 19
Lunar expert Professor Mahesh Anand will visit Helensburgh next week for the latest 'Inspiring People' talk in the town - more details here...
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Oxfam Scotland Feb 19
We're excited to announce that the Head of Oxfam Scotland has been awarded Honorary Fellowship of .
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Jamie Livingstone Feb 19
Hugely humbled to receive this Fellowship from the for my small part in trying to address poverty and suffering in Scotland and globally. Big thanks to colleagues in - particularly those helping people in really tough contexts.
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RSGS Feb 19
Jamie Livingstone, Head of , helps provide a voice for people who need it the most and offers a vision – and solutions – to bring about a fairer society in Scotland, and the wider world. Congratulations to our latest Honorary Fellow!
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Selina Hales Feb 18
Fancy some post-dinner waffle in tonight? See you there!
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RSGS Feb 18
is all about friendly welcomes to people who have been forcibly displaced and arrive in Glasgow! And the director, , is speaking in tonight! With £10 tickets on the door, there'll be a friendly welcome to anyone who'd like to come along!
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Perth College UHI Feb 18
Our Business, Management, Computing + Leisure students have organised for guest speaker Eilidh Watson (Editor Young Geographer Magazine 2019) + colleague Cameron, Thurs 20 Feb to launch their projects in semester 2.
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OU in Scotland Feb 17
You can touch the ! The largest Moon rock in the UK is coming to events across Scotland for the first time next week! FREE to students & under 18s. Join expert Prof Mahesh Anand at events:
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RSGS Feb 17
It is the turn of for this week! She'll discuss setting up , the great wee charity that provides a warm Glas-weegie welcome to those who've fled their homes to seek safety in ours... Tickets on the door!
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Xuefeng Mountain Feb 15
Such an inspiration! is the Chief Hiking Designer for . Since the launch of the it received extensive attention from international hiking enthusiasts, tour operators and media. Big thanks to for organising this💪
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Hazel Robertson | RSGS Explorer Feb 14
Hei hei from Finse, Norway! 🇳🇴 This special place is only accessible by train (or skis!) in winter - you step off straight into a landscape locked in snow & ice. ❄️ It’s a privilege to be up here for polar expedition training before attempting a solo crossing of Hardangervidda!
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RSGS Feb 14
With the news of , why not read a bit more about zoonotic diseases in our Winter 2013 edition of 'The Geographer'? Covering topics such as the geography of pandemics, tracing HIV to its roots, and lyme disease, it's a fascinating read!
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RSGS Feb 13
Was great having you speak for us 🙌
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RSGS Feb 13
"Fair play to for making talks free to students." Thanks ! Hope to see you and some pals at the next one!
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