The Society holds its first one-day conference, Biology Now, with talks covering a vast array of bioscience from the way DNA is packed into a cell to the macroeconomics of the natural world.
Richard Spencer, head of sustainability at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, suggested that the accountancy profession might be the ones who will “save the world” by insuring that broader issues than finance are taken into account on balance sheets, at the second Valuing our Life Support Systems summit last week.
The European Commission's most senior scientific role, that of chief scientific adviser (CSA) to its president, has ceased to exist despite considerable support for the post from the scientific community.
An Audit of Practical Work undertaken by undergraduate bioscience students across the UK higher education sector, has found that the majority of university staff have grave concerns that further erosion of resources would have significant effects on the UK biosciences graduate skills base.
Pupils in state schools in Scotland are not being provided with the science equipment and resources they need to meet the requirements of the curriculum, new research suggests.
The Society of Biology is pleased to announce its support for clinical trials reporting and the aims of AllTrials.
Last week we celebrated the biggest Biology Week yet, with over 100 events and activities all over the UK and beyond.
A man who was paralysed from the chest down following a knife attack can now walk using a frame, following a pioneering cell transplantation treatment developed by a Fellow of the Society of Biology.
‘Biology: Changing the World’ is a new app from the Society of Biology which brings the world around you alive with famous research, history, people and places.
Today, the Society of Biology launches the Starling Murmuration Survey to learn about these magnificent aerial displays and help investigate the species decline.
A colourful red-eyed tree frog, Agalychnis Callidryas, is the winning image of the inaugural Nancy Rothwell specimen drawing competition, as announced yesterday evening at the Royal Veterinary College, London, as part of Biology Week.
"Excellence in the biosciences requires we keep faith with the reputation this country has for science excellence" said Greg Clark MP last night (15th October) at the Biology Week Parliamentary Reception.
A science group for 11 year olds, an Indian amateur photographer and a broadsheet journalist were among the range of winners recognised at the Society’s annual Biology Week Awards last night.
The Society of Biology is pleased to announce the winners of their BioArtAttack competition.
John O’Keefe, May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser have been awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for their discoveries of specific cells that control the brain’s 'GPS system'.
This week the Society of Biology elected 500 new members including 49 new Fellows.
Shortlists for the annual Society of Biology Book Awards have been announced!
The Society of Biology would like to announce the shortlists of their Photographer of the Year and Young Photographer of the Year competitions.
Kate McAllister from the University of Cambridge and Dr Nicola Hemmings from the University of Sheffield have been named as the winners of the Society of Biology's Science Communication Awards 2014.
The Society went to meet the Welsh government to discuss the future of school science provision in Wales.
Each autumn the number of spiders seen indoors suddenly increases as males (of the Tegenaria genus) go on the hunt for a mate. The Society of Biology is launching a new app to help the public learn more about the spiders that will be in their homes in the coming months.
The Society of Biology and BBSRC are teaming-up to engage with BBSRC postdoctoral researchers and build a community of bioscience research staff.
The Education Minister John O'Dowd from the Department for Education in Northern Ireland announced on Monday 8th September their intention to retain the link between practical work in science subjects and the overall A level grade. The Society of Biology are fully in support of the decision.