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HE Bioscience Teacher of the Year shortlist announced for 2022

The Royal Society of Biology is pleased to announce the shortlist for the Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year award for 2022.

RSB creates plant health workshop series thanks to new Defra partnership

The Royal Society of Biology has partnered with Defra to deliver a series of plant health workshops that aim to develop a diverse community from across the sector and build UK plant health capability, capacity and resilience.

RSB members recognised in 2022 New Year’s Honours list

The 2022 New Year’s Honours List recognises a number of members and Fellows of the Royal Society of Biology for their bioscience and community work.

Forging connections at RSB’s outreach and engagement conference

Around 100 early career researchers and public engagement professionals came together for this year’s RSB’s Outreach and Engagement symposium, RSB Connect.

Experts take a deep dive into the importance of ocean biodiversity

Marine experts came together for the latest Policy Lates event to discuss the importance and challenges of protecting ocean biodiversity.


RSB on the 2021 Budget: R&D investment still needs to grow

Today saw Chancellor Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP deliver the 2021 Budget, which he said will prepare the country for a post pandemic "age of optimism."

Outstanding apprentices recognised by RSB’s Apprentice of the Year Awards

Four apprentices have been recognised as outstanding in their fields as part of the RSB’s Apprentice of the Year award.

Species big and small feature in this year’s Nancy Rothwell Award winning entries

The winning and highly commended entries for this year’s Nancy Rothwell Award have been announced, including specimen drawings of an African elephant, Javan rhinoceros, and blue poison dart frog.

Ants feasting on honeydew and cells destroying tuberculosis: the shortlist and winners of the RSB's Photography competition

The Royal Society of Biology’s annual photography competition attracts entries from amateur photographers around the world, with more than 1600 submissions received this year for the theme “interconnected”.

Big numbers aplenty as Policy Lates tackles the complexities of food

Attendees of the latest RSB Policy Lates discussion heard a variety of staggering and sobering statistics on the need to reform the way we grow and consume food.