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UK students receive A level results after sitting first formal exams since COVID-19

The Royal Society of Biology recognises the achievements of all students who received their A level qualification results today, the first cohort to sit formal summer exams since 2019.

Biology teacher of the year recognised for excellence in teaching and learning

Charles Gill from Alcester Grammar School, Alcester, has won this year’s RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year Award.

The RSB joins call for next PM to back research and innovation

The Royal Society of Biology has joined calls for the final two Conservative party leadership candidates to ensure the UK remains a world leader in research, development and innovation.

RSB Policy Lates: could a One Health approach prevent the next pandemic

The latest event in the RSB’s Policy Lates series brought together sector leaders to discuss how interdisciplinary approaches could hinder the next outbreak.

Horizon Europe association is vital: Learned Societies issue joint letter to Chancellor and BEIS

The Royal Society of Biology, The Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institute of Physics have written to Government leaders stressing the need for answers regarding Horizon Europe.

RSB chief executive receives honorary doctorate for contributions to science policy and industry

Dr Mark Downs CBiol CSci FRSB has been awarded an honorary science doctorate from Brunel University London, recognising his work as chief executive of the Society.

President’s Medal awarded to Eric Greenwood CBiol FRSB for services to the Society

Eric Greenwood CBiol FRSB has been awarded the Royal Society of Biology’s President’s Medal at his home in Cheshire, in recognition of his work with his local RSB branch.

RSB appears before Parliament to discuss new genetic technologies bill

Representatives for the Royal Society of Biology appeared before Parliament this week to discuss the future regulation of UK genetic technologies.

2021 animal research national statistics released

The Home Office has released the statistics of animal use in science in Great Britain for 2021, with data showing that the total number of procedures was up 6% compared to 2020.

RSB pays tribute to Professor Sir Colin Blakemore FRSB FRS

The RSB has joined the many scientific organisations, charities and scientists paying tribute to Professor Sir Colin Blakemore FRSB FRS, a renowned neuroscientist and science communicator who died this week aged 78.