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The Basser Library and Australia’s Royal Societies

Australia’s Royal Societies have been at the forefront of intellectual thought and practice since the precursor of the Royal Society of New South Wales came into being in July 1821. They each have an immense reservoir of collective wisdom and to this day, continue to produce authoritative peer-reviewed journals, proceedings, and significant publications.

One of the foremost collections of Australian Royal Societies literature belongs to the […]

June 2nd, 2020|RSA News|

Australian and International Royal Societies public programming online

Australia’s Royal Societies may have hit a pandemic related pause on their public events, but that does not mean you can’t connect with them online.

At nearly 200 years old, 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 […]

April 14th, 2020|RSA News|

The RSA and our response to COVID-19

After careful consideration and in line with evolving advice from Commonwealth and State health authorities regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Royal Societies of Australia have decided to suspend our in-person gatherings for the immediate future. We hope to proceed with our events later this year.

March 24th, 2020|RSA News|

Part-time Coordinator joins the RSA

As part of its agreement with the Australian Academy of Science, the RSA has appointed a part-time Coordinator, Clare McLellan, to work in conjunction with the Academy where the position is based. The role is two days per week with the other three days devoted to archival and other work for the Academy.

March 11th, 2020|RSA News|