The Tapestry is a thing of extraordinary love, telling the story of Scotland through the ages.
On the 11th of July 1877, Kate Edger graduated with a BA in Latin and Mathematics from the University of New Zealand.
“Science must become less unequal, more cooperative and more open.”
“The risks of pandemics are now greater due to destruction of natural habitats, highly networked societies, and misinformation.”
The Covid19 pandemic is a clear warning that we need to address climate change. It is also an opportunity to rebuild in a new direction.
“The pandemic has exposed the extent and the impact on care of this crumbling infrastructure.” Jon Skewes, Executive Director for External Relations at the RCM
The sample was sufficient to “warrant the conclusion that female participation in early big-game hunting was likely nontrivial,” researchers said
“I am delighted that this event will allow us a virtual platform from which to celebrate and recognise their many achievements.”
Monday 8th of March is International Women’s Day. To mark the event the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) partnership have organised an online event.
Scotland has 130,650 doses available for delivery (as of 16th December) with 50% of those having to be retained as all those vaccinated require 2 doses