The latest news from the Learned Society of Wales

Professor Bernard Schutz: Fellow of the Royal Society

Professor Bernard Schutz FLSW FRS, Professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardiff University, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society. Professor Schutz is a theoretical physicist, specialising in gravitational wave science. The Royal Society wrote: He showed that gravitational wave signal... Read More

Appointments, Poems and the Future

Professor Geraint Lewis has been involved in the translation of a classic work of Welsh science fiction: Wythnos yng Nghymru Fydd (A Week in Future Wales). The book, just published, involves time travel and explores what Wales could be like in the year 2033. Professor Derec Llwyd Morgan's latest... Read More

Society Writes to Queen Elizabeth

The Learned Society of Wales, a Royal Charter Charity for which the Prince of Wales is patron, has written to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, to offer its condolences to her and her family following the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Read More

Job opportunity: Network Development Officer

Part time (0.4) for 6 monthsFlexible working hours£20,130 pro rata (£4,026 actual salary over 6 months) Last year, the Learned Society of Wales launched a national, cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary network for Early Career Researchers (ECRs). The network now numbers over 750 members, and we are recruiti... Read More

Society Support for Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference

The Learned Society of Wales is delighted to support the annual three-day Socio-Legal Studies Association conference, which starts on 30th March. The conference, held online, is organised by a team from Cardiff University’s Law School, led by Professor John Harrington. The programme explores issues ranging fro... Read More