The Royal Society of Biology would like to highlight the work of three of our members and Fellows.
The Science and Technology Select Committee recently launched an inquiry into closing the STEM skills gap, after receiving repeated evidence that the UK is facing a STEM skills shortage. The Royal Society of Biology (RSB) welcomed the Committee's inquiry and submitted a response earlier this month, which has now been published.
The Royal Society of Biology is pleased to announce that Dr Sarah Gretton, Professor Kevin Moffat and Dr Ian Turner have been shortlisted for the 2017 Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year Award.
Sir Mark Walport was announced today as the chief executive of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). The Science Minister, Jo Johnson, made the announcement.
An RSB-funded 'bioblitz' has helped a Lancashire country park win a Green Flag Award for innovation.
Today the Prime Minister set out the Government's negotiating objectives for exiting the EU.
Biologists working in fields as diverse as plant science, genetics, virology, environmental science, cell biology and research ethics have been recognised in the New Year Honours List.
Air pollution causes millions of premature deaths globally. Unlike the thick London smogs of the mid twentieth century, today's air pollution episodes have become ‘more invisible’ and are less obvious to those affected, according to experts gathered at a Royal Society of Biology event on Tuesday.