The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR) has responded to the publication of a BMJ article by Professor Martin Llewelyn and colleagues on antibiotic course duration.
Over 250 young biologists from 67 countries will be arriving in the UK to compete in this year’s International Biology Olympiad, organised in part by the Royal Society of Biology.
Rt Hon Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk, has been elected as the next chair of the Science and Technology Committee, succeeding Stephen Metcalfe MP.
Hundreds of outstanding pupils were recognised for their competition success at this year’s Education Awards Ceremony, which took place at the IET London: Savoy Place on Friday 7th July.
A record 5,667 students participated in this year's Intermediate Biology Olympiad, the second year the competition has been run by the Society.
Leah McClure, a secondary school biology teacher at Colton Hills Community School, Wolverhampton, has been recognised for her outstanding and inspiring work.
The biggest science policy event in the Parliamentary calendar heard from Jo Johnson MP that the UK Government will continue to underwrite the Joint European Torus (JET) project post Brexit.
The Royal Society of Biology is offering free access to our Gopher Science Lab online training course, through funding from The Worshipful Company of Horners.
A number of Fellows and Members of the RSB have been recognised in the latest Birthday Honours announcement.
The formation of the new Government by the Conservative Party with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party is now underway.
Ahead of next week’s general election, the Royal Society of Biology has written to major party leaders on the importance of science in the UK.
The Royal Society of Biology has pledged its support for a new initiative to ensure greater visibility, recognition and support for technicians in higher education.
The 2017 version of the free #BritainBreathing app is now available to download for members of the public to track their allergy symptoms, as part of a UK wide citizen science project.
Senior staff members from many of our Membership Organisations (MOs) came together at this year’s twilight event to discuss equality, diversity and inclusion (ED&I) across scientific communities.
Dr Ian Turner, from the University of Derby, has been recognised for his outstanding and innovative teaching styles that look to bring pantomime into the lecture theatre.
More than one hundred members of the RSB attended this year’s Annual General Meeting to oversee the appointment of five new Council members and the announcement of the next RSB President.
Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow is to succeed Professor Dame Jean Thomas as President of the Society from May 2018.
A record 40,000 students took part in the Biology Challenge this year, surpassing the record set in 2015 when 35,000 students sat the biology competition ran by the Society.
Ahead of the General Election, Dr Mark Downs FRSB has sent a letter on behalf of the Royal Society of Biology to all Members of Parliament who are planning to stand for re-election, highlighting the importance of science.
A group of members in Australia and New Zealand have officially launched an Australasia branch of the Society.
16 universities will be awarded Accreditation by the Royal Society of Biology in recognition of the high standards of education provided by their undergraduate or postgraduate bioscience degree programmes.
Ten young biologists have received travel grants from the Royal Society of Biology to help support them in overseas research projects and field courses.
The first issue of Emerging Topics in Life Science, a new journal jointly owned by the Royal Society of Biology and the Biochemical Society, has been published.
Mark Downs CSci FRSB, chief executive of the Royal Society of Biology, has been shortlisted for the Louis Armstrong Leadership award for outstanding leadership of a UK professional body.
Four sixth form students have qualified to represent the UK at the 2017 International Biology Olympiad, after triumphing over 7,500 other pupils.