The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has published “Life Sciences Industrial Strategy: Who’s driving the bus?” which raises concerns about the Government’s capacity to deliver the strategy.
17 institutions have been awarded Accreditation by the Royal Society of Biology in recognition of the high standards of education provided by their undergraduate or postgraduate bioscience degree programmes.
Gill Scott, teaching laboratory manager at the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick, has been recognised as Technician of the Year for making a positive impact and inspiring others through her work.
The Royal Society of Biology and Heads of University Biosciences have named Dr Dominic Henri as HE Biosciences Teacher of the Year for his dedication to pedagogical research and innovative teaching.
New research, fueled by thousands of sightings recorded by the public, has shed new light on UK house spider behaviour.
A team of four students have qualified to represent the UK at the International Biology Olympiad 2018.
The Royal Society of Biology membership total has exceeded 18,000 following the most recent quarterly election.
The Royal Society of Biology and ITN Productions are to produce a news and current affairs-style programme exploring the breadth and depth of the biosciences.
Three bioscientists took home medals from this year’s STEM for Britain, the Parliamentary poster competition that gives researchers the chance to present their work to policymakers and politicians and discuss their work with local MPs.