Three bioscientists took home medals from this year’s STEM for Britain, the Parliamentary poster competition that gives researchers the chance to present their work to policymakers and politicians and discuss their work with local MPs.
The Science and Technology Committee has published its report on Brexit, science and innovation, following a consultation to which the RSB responded, and the Brexit: Science and Innovation summit which chief executive Dr Mark Downs FRSB attended as a biosciences representative.
The event gaves students and early-career scientists, representing over a dozen science organisations and several schools, the chance to scrutinise politicians and their advisors in a House of Commons committee room.
The Royal Society of Biology is saddened to hear of the death of Sir John Sulston, pioneering geneticist and Honorary Fellow of the society.
The Royal Society of Biology is supporting calls for a revision of visa rules to allow more researchers to enter the UK, outlined in a letter sent to the Prime Minister by CaSE.
Three educators have been selected for the final round of this year’s HE Bioscience Teacher of the Year award.
The Royal Society of Biology has today responded to recommendations that future farming policy should include allocated funding dedicated to ensuring the improved health and welfare of animals.
A record 7,800 school pupils participated in British Biology Olympiad 2018, with students from more than 630 schools worldwide taking part.
Professor Dame Jean Thomas Hon FRSB, RSB's President since 2014, has been appointed Chancellor of the University of Swansea.
The Royal Society of Biology has awarded Doctoral Training Accreditation to the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences at Coventry University, the first organisation in the UK to receive such recognition.