Who Are The Royal Society?
The Royal Society is the UK’s national science academy, a fellowship of scientists, and the oldest scientific academy still in existence.
Its mission is to promote excellence in science, support international collaboration, and demonstrate the importance of science to everyone. It does this through programmes, research, and policy work.
Since the 1660s, fellows of the Royal Society have been involved in some of the most important scientific discoveries made including Michael Faraday : Electricity and Magnetism.
The Royal Society is an independent organisation, working independently of government, and structured as a charity.
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