Robert Davidson (30 March 1927 – 22 September 2012) was Professor of Old Testament at the University of Glasgow (Trinity College) and was Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1990.  
The Royal Society of Edinburgh is Scotland's national academy of science and letters. It is a registered charity, operating on a wholly independent and non-party-political basis and providing public benefit throughout Scotland. It was established in 1783. As of 2017, it has more than 1,660 Fellows.
In the United Kingdom, a Chief Medical Officer (CMO) is the most senior government advisor on matter relating to health. There are four CMOs in the United Kingdom who are appointed to advise their respective governments:
Sir John Davidson Beazley, was a British classical archaeologist and art historian, known for his classification of Attic vases by artistic style. He was Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art at the University of Oxford from 1925 to 1956.
Strathallan School is an independent boarding and day school in Scotland for boys and girls aged 9–18. The school has a 153-acre (62-hectare) campus at Forgandenny, a few miles south of Perth.
The Regius Chair of Law at the University of Glasgow was founded in December 1713 with an endowment by Queen Anne. It is one of twelve Regius Professorships within the University of Glasgow. The first holder of the chair, William Forbes, was appointed in 1714. The current holder, James Chalmers, was appointed in 2012.
Robert, Bob or Bobby Davidson may refer to:
Allan Glen's School was, for most of its existence, a local authority, selective secondary school for boys in Glasgow, Scotland, charging nominal fees for tuition.
Stonelaw High School is a non-denominational state high school located in Rutherglen, Scotland near the city of Glasgow.
Sir Robert Muir, FRS, FRSE, FRCP, FRCPE, FRFPSG was a Scottish physician and pathologist who carried out pioneering work in immunology, and was one of the leading figures in medical research in Glasgow in the early 20th century.
The Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland (IESIS) is a multi-disciplinary professional body and learned society, founded in Scotland, for professional engineers in all disciplines and for those associated with or taking an interest in their work. Its main activities are an annual series of evening talks on Engineering, open to all, and a range of school events aimed at encouraging young people to consider Engineering careers.
James Norman Davidson CBE PRSE FRS was a Scottish biochemist, pioneer molecular biologist and textbook author. The Davidson Building at Glasgow University is named for him.
Ruth Elizabeth Davidson is a Scottish politician who has served as Leader of the Conservative Party in the Scottish Parliament since 2020. She served as Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party from 2011 to 2019. She has been a Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) since 2011, first as an additional member for the Glasgow region and later for the Edinburgh Central constituency since 2016.
William Leechman (1706–1785) was a Scottish minister, theologian and academic.
Sir Alastair Robert Currie PRSE FRCPE FRCPGlas FRCP FRCPath LLD was a Scottish pathologist, who was Professor of Pathology, at Edinburgh University, 1972–86, and then emeritus. He was eminent in the field of cancer research and humanitarian causes.
Events from the year 1909 in Scotland.
Events from the year 1855 in Scotland.
Events from the year 1817 in Scotland.
Andrew Nevile Davidson, was a senior Church of Scotland minister. He served as Moderator of the General Assembly between May 1962 and May 1963.
Prof Robert Martin Stuart Smellie FRSE FIB (1927–1988) was a 20th century Scottish biochemist and first Cathcart Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Glasgow. The university's Smellie Prize is named after him.
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