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RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year 2019 announced

Gemma Singleton, science lead at The Beacon School, is the 2019 recipient of the Royal Society of Biology’s School Biology Teacher of the Year Award.

Parliamentary Links Day 2019: science minister says UK should pay to access EU research programmes

Government science minister Chris Skidmore has said the UK should pay to access EU research programmes in an agreement separate from the Brexit withdrawal bill and other stalled negotiations.

Technicians provide “frontline support for student mental health and wellbeing”, report released by RSB and partners confirms

A new report released by sector leaders confirms that technical staff regularly support students with sensitive and personal issues including bereavement or sexual assault − often with very little formal recognition or training. 

RSB Members recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2019

RSB Members have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list, which recognises outstanding achievements of people across the United Kingdom.

RSB introduces new skills certificate to help scientists move into industry

The Royal Society of Biology has introduced a new skills certificate to help equip scientists with skills valued by industry employers.

RSB and UBMA HE Bioscience Technician of the Year announced

Tina Schrader, Senior Research Technician at the University of Exeter, has been awarded Technician of the Year 2019.

House of Commons Speakers' residence hosts inaugural RSB science lecture

Former RSB president Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell gave the first ever science lecture to be held in the state apartments of the Speaker of the House of Commons.

More than 100 members attend this year’s AGM

The 2019 Annual General Meeting took place on 15th May at The Law Society in London.

Ten biologists to travel the world through RSB funding

Ten biologists have received travel grants from the Royal Society of Biology to help support them in overseas research projects and attend conferences abroad.

Four pupils selected to represent the UK at the International Biology Olympiad

Four pupils have been chosen to represent the UK at this year’s International Biology Olympiad, taking place in Szeged, Hungary.