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First woman appointed Scotland's Astronomer Royal
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5 June 2021
On 5 June 2021 BBC News reported:
An astrophysicist from Edinburgh University is the first woman to be named Astronomer Royal for Scotland. Prof Catherine Heymans was recommended to the Queen for the role by an international panel, convened by the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Prof Heymans said she wanted to use the almost 200-year-old title to encourage people to develop passion for science.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... As the 11th Astronomer Royal, Prof Heymans's main focus will be on sharing her enthusiasm for astronomy with Scots from all walks of life. One of her first targets is to install telescopes at all of Scotland's remote outdoor learning centres, which are visited by most of the country's school pupils.
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