The Learned Society of Wales is pleased to announce the award of this year’s Frances Hoggan and Menelaus Medals to the eminent Scientists Professor Dame Jean Thomas and Professor Hagan Bayley .
Archive for May, 2016
19 May, 2016
Earlier this year, a number of Fellows organised a Johnian Society visit to north Wales. The pilgrimage arose from a discussion about absence. The College's History of 2011 makes no reference to one of the foremost Welshmen of the Tudor period, Bishop William Morgan (c1545 - 1604), translator of the Bible into We... Read More
Foundation for Science and Technology (FST) Debate on the pros and cons of EU membership for UK research
The President of the Learned Society of Wales Sir Emyr Jones Parry took part in a lively debate and after dinner discussion organised by the Foundation for Science and Technology together with Professor The Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield,, The Viscount Ridley and Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell President, The Royal So... Read More
13 May, 2016
On 10 May 2016, a special edition of Welsh Economic Review on Economic Policy for Peripheral Economies was launched, featuring papers from the Society’s first International Symposium held at Portmeirion in April 2015, and supported by Bangor University . The aim of the special issue organised by the LSW, and edite... Read More