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Competition winners meet RSB’s first President, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell

Six of this year’s Nancy Rothwell Award recipients met the RSB’s first President and competition’s namesake, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell Hon FRSB, as part of the RSB’s Anniversary Year celebrations.

New programme by RSB and ITN Productions highlights the biosciences that impact everyday living

The Royal Society of Biology and ITN Productions Industry News have co-produced a news and current affairs-style programme “Biology Impacting Lives,” reporting on the advancement of biological sciences and their crucial impact.

200 students attend this year’s Bioscience Careers Day at Middlesex University London

The RSB’s annual careers fair saw students attend in their hundreds to learn more about career options, meet potential employers, and improve their CV writing and interview skills.

Three presidents come together to discuss careers, challenges and plans for the future

Three presidents of the Royal Society of Biology, Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics sat down for a candid interview with Professor Dame Athene Donald FRSB, as part of this year’s Daphne Jackson Trust conference.

Beetle photo taken on Isle of Wight coast by retired engineer wins the RSB Photography Competition

66-year-old retired engineer and RNLI volunteer Nick Edwards has scooped the top prize in this year’s Photography Competition.

Otter named UK’s favourite freshwater species in Biology Week poll

The elusive but charismatic otter has been named as the UK’s favourite freshwater species, following the RSB’s annual Biology Week poll.

RSB celebrates outstanding competition and award winners at this year’s Annual Awards Ceremony

The Royal Society of Biology held its Annual Awards Ceremony to celebrate RSB competition and award winners, newly recognised Registered Scientists and Registered Science Technicians, and to present the President’s Medal.

RSB, RSC and IOP join forces to deliver conference for apprentices

The Royal Society of Biology, in partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Institute of Physics, delivered our first joint conference for science apprentices supporting the development of their skills and providing support for the next stages of their career.

Expert panellists come to discuss if it's too late to save our oceans at this year's Biology Week debate

Biologists and non-biologists of all ages packed into the historic Faraday Theatre at the Royal Institution last night to hear a panel of experts tackle the question: Marine plastics: is it too late to save our oceans?

Researchers and insect enthusiasts come together to discuss insect declines – fact and fiction

Almost 100 people attended this year’s Biology Week Policy Lates: "Insect declines in the headlights.”