Biology in the Real World
The ASE Annual Conference, the leading science education CPD event of the year, is open to everyone with an interest in science education. It attracts over 3,000 science educators from all phases of science education who can choose from over 400 talks, workshops, seminars and booked courses over four inspiring days.
The Nucleus Group is a group of learned societies and similar not-for-profit organisations which host a series of talks each year, called Biology in the Real World, at the ASE Annual Conference. The Nucleus group consists includes:
- The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
- Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour
- Biochemical Society
- British Ecological Society
- British Pharmacological Society
- British Society for Immunology
- Field Studies Council
- Kew Gardens
- The Linnean Society
- Microbiology in Schools Advisory Committee
- Microbiology Society
- National Centre for Biotechnology Education
- The Physiological Society
- Science and Plants for Schools
- Royal Society of Biology
- Society for Endocrinology
- Society of Experimental Biology
- The Wellcome Trust
In 2018, the Biology in the Real World talks will focus on Separating fact from fiction. You can following the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #BitRW.
Find out more about previous Biology in the Real World talks and titles.