With public health restrictions still in place in much of the world, the global Royal Societies have paused their in-person events, but you can still connect with them online.
The Royal Society, London has drawn together a list of resources, activities and videos that can be used to support at-home and classroom learning in science, technology, engineering, and maths.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh has responded to the Scottish Government and the Data Lab’s consultation of the development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy, while the Royal Irish Academy has moved its exhibition Creative women of Ireland: artists and writers from the archives entirely online.
The Royal Society Te Apārangi (New Zealand) has published its year in review and the Royal Society of South Africa is keeping us all updated on their social media pages.
Back home in Australia – the Royal Society of New South Wales has created their own YouTube channel, with lectures and performances freely available, and have converted many of their meetings to webinars. The Royal Society of Victoria is streaming discussions on their Facebook page, uploading lectures to their website and holding meetings of members remotely. At the same time, the Royal Society of Queensland is crowd sourcing knowledge and calling for papers for Volume 129 of their Annual Proceedings.
The Royal Societies of Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania have all adapted content for their websites and social media pages.