On Monday 17 September Dr Nicola Stanley-Wall of the Division of Molecular Microbiology at CLS will receive the RSE Beltane Prize for Public Engagement at a Royal Society of Edinburgh Dinner at the stunning mountain resort of Nevis Range, Torlundy, Fort William.
The Award ceremony will be attended by RSE President Sir John Arbuthnott, Charles Kennedy MP and the RSE Beltane Prize for Public Engagement winners – Professor Tom Devine and Dr Nicola Stanley Wall. Sir John Arbuthnott will present the prizes to the winners.
The ceremony will be followed by the event Scottish History in Question: An Evening with Professor Tom Devine FRSE chaired by Charles Kennedy MP with questions from the audience.
The event will be preceded earlier in the day by the ‘Bacteria Live In Communities’ workshop at Upper Achintore Primary School led by Dr. Stanley-Wall. She will be supported by two College of Life Sciences research students, Amy Gerc and Lynne Cairns.