The RSB’s annual careers fair saw students attend in their hundreds to learn more about career options, meet potential employers, and improve their CV writing and interview skills.
Three presidents of the Royal Society of Biology, Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics sat down for a candid interview with Professor Dame Athene Donald FRSB, as part of this year’s Daphne Jackson Trust conference.
66-year-old retired engineer and RNLI volunteer Nick Edwards has scooped the top prize in this year’s Photography Competition.
The elusive but charismatic otter has been named as the UK’s favourite freshwater species, following the RSB’s annual Biology Week poll.
The Royal Society of Biology held its Annual Awards Ceremony to celebrate RSB competition and award winners, newly recognised Registered Scientists and Registered Science Technicians, and to present the President’s Medal.
The Royal Society of Biology, in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institute of Physics, delivered our first joint conference for science apprentices supporting the development of their skills and providing support for the next stages of their career.
Biologists and non-biologists of all ages packed into the historic Faraday Theatre at the Royal Institution last night to hear a panel of experts tackle the question: Marine plastics: is it too late to save our oceans?
Almost 100 people attended this year’s Biology Week Policy Lates: "Insect declines in the headlights.”
Ten shortlisted entries have been released for this year’s Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition, from both amateur and young photographers.
The winning and highly commended pieces of art for this year’s Nancy Rothwell award have been announced, with an array of intricate anatomical drawings including a running wolf, a soaring eagle and a swarm-raiding army ant.