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2020 animal research national statistics released

There were a total of 2.88 million regulated procedures involving live animals completed in 2020.

Links Day brings an international community together to discuss climate change

Links Day, a staple event in the Parliamentary science calendar, this year brought together keynote talks and panel discussions on climate change with a range of policymakers, politicians and sector leaders.

Bioscientists recognised in Queen’s birthday honours list

Members of the bioscience community have been recognised for their work in this year’s birthday honours list, with many having been directly involved in COVID-19 efforts.

Shortlist announced for RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year Award 2021

Three teachers have been shortlisted for the Royal Society of Biology School Biology Teacher of the Year Award 2021.

COVID-19 experts come together to discuss vaccine development and lessons learned from the pandemic so far

A panel of experts came together to discuss translational research successes and lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, as part of the RSB’s ongoing Policy Lates event series.

RSB welcomes Sir Ian Boyd as the next President at this year’s AGM

The Society is pleased to announce that its next President will be the marine biologist and Government scientific adviser Professor Sir Ian Boyd FRS FRSB.

Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year 2021 winner announced

Dr Nigel Francis, an associate professor at Swansea Medical School, has been announced as this year’s Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year.

Plant Health Week takes root at RSB

10-16 May 2021 is National Plant Health Week in the UK, providing an opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of healthy plants. The initiative is part of the activity marking the International Year of Plant Health.

Members join panellists to discuss transitions in education as part of the Policy Lates series

RSB members joined panellists to discuss the challenges and opportunities for students and as they transition between stages of education and their career.

Carol Monaghan MP joins the RSB to discuss science funding and the need for more scientists in politics

RSB members were joined by Carol Monaghan MP to discuss spending cuts, policy work, and the activity of the Science and Technology Select Committee, as part of the RSB’s Engaging with Parliament event series.