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RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year 2019 shortlist announced

Three teachers have been shortlisted for the School Biology Teacher of the Year Award 2019. The award, recognising the very best and most inspiring biology teachers in 11-18 education in the UK, will be awarded in July.

Bioscientists bring their research to Parliament for STEM for Britain 2019

Three bioscientists took home medals from this year’s STEM for Britain, the Parliamentary poster competition that gives researchers the opportunity to present their work to politicians and policymakers.

STEM researchers grill MPs on post-Brexit science at RSB's Voice of the Future

Young and early career scientists were today given the chance to voice their questions about the future of science to MPs and ministers during a dramatic day for UK politics. 

Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year 2019 shortlist announced

The Royal Society of Biology have announced the shortlist for the HE Bioscience Teacher of the Year Award 2019.

Plant scientists and MPs come together for Growing the Future report launch

The Royal Society of Biology today released a new report about opportunities arising in plant sciences.

RSB speaks out against the dangers of a no-deal Brexit

The Royal Society of Biology and other sector leaders have said that they “collectively fear the destructive effects of a no-deal Brexit”, in a letter published today by the Independent.

RSB members recognised in 2019 New Year’s honours list

A number of Members and Fellows of the RSB have been recognised for their bioscience and community work in the 2019 New Year’s Honours List.

RSB welcomes appointment of new Minister and life sciences sector deal

Chris Skidmore, conservative MP for Kingswood, has been appointed as the new Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation following Sam Gyimah’s resignation earlier this month. 

RSB brings together 150 delegates for the first ever biosciences outreach and engagement symposium

Science communicators from across the UK came together at the University of Birmingham for the first ever symposium for biosciences outreach and engagement practitioners.

RSB welcomes reporting of number of animals bred for research but not used for procedures

The Home Office released yesterday a second set of statistics of animals in research, following the publication of the number of scientific procedures using animals, released in July this year.