Fraser Sutherland • HSS • December 2020
Ceri Sutherland • HSS • July 2020
Declare your love for your partner and the planet with our handy guide to green wedding ceremonies.
Ceri Sutherland • HSS • June 2020
George Floyd died in Minneapolis on the 25th May 2020 after he was handcuffed and restrained face down on the ground whilst a police officer knelt on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. His death, as well as…
Fraser Sutherland • HSS • May 2020
Fraser Sutherland, Chief Executive, Humanist Society Scotland Earlier this month we highlighted the welcome news that the Scottish Government was going to follow in other European nations footsteps and scrap the outdated common law against blasphemy. This move comes as…
Fraser Sutherland • HSS • April 2020
Tim Hill, University of Bath; Robin Canniford, University of Melbourne, and Stephen Murphy, University of Essex As the coronavirus pandemic has gathered momentum, so too have explanations for how the outbreak started and what is causing its spread. Among these…
Fraser Sutherland • HSS • March 2020
Simon Cook, University of Dundee Glaciers have carved some of Earth’s most beautiful landscapes by steepening and deepening valleys through erosion. Think of the Scottish Highlands, Yosemite National Park in the US, or the Norwegian Fjords. But big questions remain…
Ceri Sutherland • HSS • March 2020
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Genavee Brown, Northumbria University, Newcastle Smartphones have changed the world. A quick glance around any street or communal space shows how dominant our favourite digital devices have become. We are familiar with the sight of groups of teenagers not talking,…
Image: Usagi-P/Shutterstock Jordi Paps, University of Bristol and Cristina Guijarro-Clarke, University of Essex Evolution explains how all living beings, including us, came to be. It would be easy to assume evolution works by continuously adding features to organisms, constantly increasing…
Maggie Kinloch presenting at the Humanist Society Scotland conference
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