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Come together to celebrate the wonderful world of UK fungus, with a number of events held in partnership with The British Mycological Society.
Join us to debate whether genome editing could one day be used to alter aesthetics not just ailments. Could it be used to aid intelligence, increase height, decrease weight, or even “improve” personalities? Where do we draw the line?
We discuss some of the hot topics in UK science policy at our policy lates, with leaders in the field presenting this time on the biology of mental health and the policies surrounding mental health.
In partnership with the BBSRC, the RSB celebrates the middle of Biology Week with a reception for partners, friends and stakeholders of the Society, alongside staging a vote in our Biology Week annual poll to find out the UK's favourite wildflower.
We'll be celebrating the winners of our Photography Competition, our Science Communication Award, and those who have made an outstanding contribution to the Society and the biosciences community.
Come together with members of The Physiological Society to help showcase the important and amazing world of human and animal bodies through outreach and public engagement activities.
A free Society of Applied Microbiology event on vaccines for a 21st century society. Hear from Professor Rino Rappuoli, chief scientist & head of external research and development at GlaxoSmithKline vaccines.
The flagship event for biosciences undergraduates. There will be talks from experts in the field, interview workshops, employer exhibitions, networking opportunities and a chance to get a head start in finding that perfect graduate job.
Get hands on with biology at this year’s Big Biology Day in Cambridge. Microscopes, owl pellets, dissections, molecules and cells, live animals and lots more, with scientists on hand to answer all your questions. New to this year is also our biology careers fair, so you can find out more about how to get started in the biosciences sector.