The Royal Society of Biology has one Principal Committee, which reports directly to Council:
ESP develop the Society’s strategies, policies and priorities across public policy and education.
Working groups, committees and staff carry out the day-to-day activities of the Society.
Previously the Accreditation Working Group and Degree Accreditation Committee; this committee develops and oversees accreditation on behalf of Council.
The role of this committee is to develop a comprehensive view of an appropriate school biology curriculum, form primary to the end of formal secondary education.
Previously the Biosciences Careers Group; this new committee aims to support and inform career-related decision making for students and other stakeholders.
The group provides an interface between employers and the Royal Society of Biology.
This committee provides a mechanism for Member Organisations (MOs) to inform the Society's education policy work and all levels - from primary school, through to secondary schools, colleges and higher education.
To assist staff in strategies for membership recruitment and retention, primarily at the MRSB level.
This group was formed to support the work of the biology curriculum committee and be a source of expertise on primary science education.
The committee champions sustainable and equitable practices in the circulation and curation of research outputs.
Editorial board for the Society's international journal which covers policy, curriculum developments and the latest results of research into the teaching, learning and assessment of biology.
Editorial board for the Society's bi-monthly members' magazine that carries the full richness and diversity of biology.
Most committees are comprised, at least in part, by members or Fellows of the Royal Society of Biology. If you are interested in becoming a member of a committee and would like to contribute your skills and expertise to advancing the Society, take a look at our current opportunities.