Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Around 50 new fellows
are elected each year in March.
As of 2016 there are around 1,650 Fellows, including 71 Honorary Fellows and 76 Corresponding Fellows.
The Fellowship is split into four broad sectors, covering the full range of physical and life sciences, arts, humanities, social sciences, education, professions, industry, business and public life.
A: Life Sciences
- A1: Biomedical and Cognitive Sciences
- A2: Clinical Sciences
- A3: Organismal and Environmental Biology
- A4: Cell and Molecular Biology
B: Physical, Engineering and Informatic Sciences
- B1: Physics and Astronomy
- B2: Earth Sciences and Chemistry
- B3: Engineering
- B4: Informatics, Mathematics and Statistics
C: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- C1: Language, Literature and History
- C2: Philosophy, Theology and Law
- C3: History, Theory and Practice of the Creative and Performing Arts
- C4: Economics and Social Sciences
D: Business, Public Service and Public Engagement
- D1: Public Engagement and Understanding
- D2: Professional, Educational and Public Sector Leadership
- D3: Private Sector Leadership
A comprehensive biographical list of Fellows from 1783-2002 has been published by the Society.
- ^ a b c d "Fellows - The Royal Society of Edinburgh". The Royal Society of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland: The Royal Society of Edinburgh. Scotland's National Academy. 21 June 2016. Retrieved 21 June 2019.
- ^ Anon (2016). "RSE Fellows as at 15/03/2016"(PDF). Edinburgh: Royal Society of Edinburgh. Archived from the original (PDF) on 30 March 2016.
- ^ "Becoming a Fellow". Royal Society of Edinburgh. Royal Society of Edinburgh. Retrieved 11 October 2019.
- ^ O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F. (2016). "Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh". www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk. MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
- ^ Part I
- ^ Part II
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