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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. 

Links Day returns to Portcullis House to discuss science and international collaboration

Policymakers, politicians, scientists and sector leaders came together for the first in-person Parliamentary Links Day event since the start of the pandemic.

RSB to advise new partnership delivering science teacher professional development

The Royal Society of Biology has joined a new network dedicated to providing teachers with career-long, science-specific development opportunities.

Plant health experts come together for 2022’s Summer Conference

Researchers joined from across the world to take part in the event as part of the RSB’s plant health series.

RSB Fellow and volunteer recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Miranda Lowe FRSB has been awarded a CBE in recognition of her outstanding work in science communication and championing diversity in STEM.

RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year 2022 shortlist announced

This year’s shortlist for the RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year Award has been announced.

Professor Sir Ian Boyd FRSB begins role as new President of the RSB at this year’s AGM

Professor Sir Ian Boyd has officially begun the role of RSB President, following Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow’s four-year term.

New associate director of policy to join the RSB

The RSB has appointed Dr Arianne Matlin, head of health and science policy at the British Dental Association, to the new role of associate director of policy.