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The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
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We spoke with researchers working in the area of renewable energy to understand how their research is addressing current global energy-related challenges:
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We’re now broadcasting live over on YouTube from our first event. Watch the live stream:
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Corinne Le Quéré 11h
Looking forward to speaking about climate change tonight with BBC's Countryfile presenter and Sir Brian Hoskins at The
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What are the choices? What needs to be done in the next ten years? Tonight is the first event in our series. Join us for the live stream from 7pm (GMT):
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: evidence and causes | Find answers to your key questions:
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Research Grants | Explore the scheme that provides ‘seed corn’ funding for new projects of timeliness and promise:
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The Royal Society 7h
The teeth of mammals experience constant wear. However, the details of these wear processes are largely unknown.
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The Royal Society 8h
Uncover the origins of life on Earth:
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The Royal Society 9h
: energy | Join us in Swansea to find out how the energy we use affects the natural world and discover promising pathways to a clean, safe and sustainable energy future:
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Sustainable synthetic fuels: a potential carbon solution for ‘hard to reach’ transport sectors? Our report discusses the timelines, research challenges and costs of these technologies:
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The Royal Society 12h
Today is the day - it's the first event in our series this evening. You can tune in and watch the discussion live on YouTube from 7pm (GMT). Set a reminder:
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Royal Society Publishing Oct 21
To celebrate , we highlight some of our best-performing articles from the past year in
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The Royal Society 13h
We spoke with researchers working in the area of renewable energy to understand how their research is contributing towards the goals of :
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The Royal Society 13h
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Patricia Era Bath is attributed to creating Laserphaco Probe, an invention which has helped to save the eyesight of millions and even restored sight to people who had been blind for more than 30 years:
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The Royal Society Wolfson Fellowship provides long-term support to UK universities and research institutions in making strategic research appointments through the recruitment and retention of outstanding senior researchers. Learn more:
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The Royal Society Oct 21
Sparks flying | Why was an 1808 paper by Jean André De Luc, ‘On the galvanic pile’, never published in the Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions? >>
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The Royal Society Oct 21
Are you an academic scientist who wants to work on a collaborative project with industry? Or a scientists in industry who wants to work on a collaborative project with an academic organisation? Discover our Short Industry Fellowship:
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The Royal Society Oct 21
Alfred Nobel was a Swedish chemist, engineer and industrialist who invented dynamite and other more powerful explosives and who also founded the Nobel Prizes. He was born :
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The Royal Society Oct 21
Elsie Widdowson’s research was crucial to the British Second World War effort and to the post-war recovery. For example, she was responsible for the government adding vitamins to wartime food & rationing. She was born . Look back at our video focusing on Elsie...
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The Royal Society Oct 21
Unfortunately Christiana Figueres can no longer take part in tomorrow's (22 Oct) You and the Planet event. Professor Corinne Le Quéré FRS will be joining the discussion instead.
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