As Scotland’s National Academy, the RSE’s Fellowship hails from sector that range from the arts, business, science and technology and academia. This range of expertise enables the RSE to take part in a host of activities such as providing independent and expert advice to Government and Parliament, supporting aspiring entrepreneurs through mentorship, facilitating education programmes for young people and engaging the general public through educational events.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh has revealed it Prizewinners for 2016; we are pleased to announce that four of the individuals recognised for their significant contributions to academia are members of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland.
As Sri Lanka seeks to rebuild after its turbulent, controversial recent history we welcome His Excellency Dr Chris Nonis, Sri Lanka's High Commissioner to the UK, to discuss the challenges and opportunities this unique country faces and to explore its strong historical connections with Scotland. Tickets include a reception at the Royal Society after Dr. Nonis' address. - See more here.
Ian LeBruce is a director of Adopt an Intern, Scotland's only social enterprise graduate recruitment service. In March 2013, Ian founded Cappuccino Ads, an environmentally friendly advertising service which now runs across the UK.
Prior to business, Ian worked on Minecraft: xbox edition with 4J studios and Grand Theft Auto V for Rockstar Games, and completed an MPhys at the University of Edinburgh.