The Royal Society of Biology has launched a new and improved membership portal.
More than 60,000 students received an A level in biology today, making it the second most popular A level.
Over 250 students traveled from 64 countries to take place in the world's largest biology competition, organised by the Royal Society of Biology.
The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR) has responded to the publication of a BMJ article by Professor Martin Llewelyn and colleagues on antibiotic course duration.
Over 250 young biologists from 67 countries will be arriving in the UK to compete in this year’s International Biology Olympiad, organised in part by the Royal Society of Biology.
Rt Hon Norman Lamb, MP for North Norfolk, has been elected as the next chair of the Science and Technology Committee, succeeding Stephen Metcalfe MP.
Hundreds of outstanding pupils were recognised for their competition success at this year’s Education Awards Ceremony, which took place at the IET London: Savoy Place on Friday 7th July.
A record 5,667 students participated in this year's Intermediate Biology Olympiad, the second year the competition has been run by the Society.
Leah McClure, a secondary school biology teacher at Colton Hills Community School, Wolverhampton, has been recognised for her outstanding and inspiring work.
The biggest science policy event in the Parliamentary calendar heard from Jo Johnson MP that the UK Government will continue to underwrite the Joint European Torus (JET) project post Brexit.