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RSB attends the Science and the Parliament 2022 conference and announces new biology awardees

The Royal Society of Biology and our Scotland branch attended the 22nd annual Science and the Parliament event at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on Wednesday 23rd November.

Prime Minister and Science Minister announce further funding for research community

Following the Prime Minister’s speech at the CBI today, the Royal Society of Biology welcomes the announcement of funds that support the scientific community during the negotiations on the UK’s association with European research programmes.

RSB welcomes R&D funding, but warns that education funding falls short

Following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement today, the Royal Society of Biology welcomes the continued commitment to £20bn of investment in R&D by 2024/25.

MO announced as winner of My Science Inquiry at RSB’s Parliamentary Reception

Yesterday, at the Royal Society of Biology’s Parliamentary Reception, it was announced that the use of bacteriophages as an alternative to antimicrobial drugs has been selected by the Commons Science and Technology Committee as the winning My Science Inquiry idea.

RSB hosts annual Parliamentary Reception in Portcullis House

The 11th annual Parliamentary Reception took place on Tuesday 8th November in Portcullis House.

RSB welcomes Universities Federation for Animal Welfare as new MO

In August, the Royal Society of Biology welcomed a new Member Organisation (MO), the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW).

RSB urges newly appointed ministers to engage the science community

The RSB has written to the newly appointed minister for science and investment security, Nusrat Ghani, and secretary of state for education, Kit Malthouse.

Excellence celebrated at the RSB Annual Awards 2022

The Royal Society of Biology held its Annual Awards Ceremony at Carlton House Terrace to celebrate RSB competition and award winners, such as the Photography Competition and Outreach and Engagement awards.

Puppy love? More like Puffin love – Photos of feathered friends win RSB Photography Competition 2022

An image of two puffins in a mating ritual called ‘billing’ wins The Royal Society of Biology’s Photography Competition 2022.

RSB’s MO Twilight Meeting concludes there is a need for learned societies to unite

Yesterday, this event gave representatives from Royal Society of Biology Member Organisations the opportunity to hear a keynote address from the new RSB President, Professor Sir Ian Boyd FRSB, entitled The Evolving Role of Learned Societies.