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Stampeding zebras, leaping beetles and a shivering polar bear feature in this year’s RSB Photography Competition shortlist

Ten shortlisted entries have been released for this year’s Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition, from both amateur and young photographers.

Amazing anatomical artwork feature in this year’s Nancy Rothwell award winners

The winning and highly commended pieces of art for this year’s Nancy Rothwell award have been announced, with an array of intricate anatomical drawings including a running wolf, a soaring eagle and a swarm-raiding army ant.

Royal Society of Biology Outreach and Engagement Award 2019 winners announced

Two outstanding science communicators have been recognised with this year’s Outreach and Engagement awards.

Attainment increases across the sciences at GCSE

Students across England, Northern Ireland and Wales received their biology GCSE today.

Biology remains one of the most popular subjects at A level

Thousands of students across England, Wales and Northern Ireland received their A level results today.

RSB comments on PM's plan to 'cement the UK as a science superpower' by shaking up immigration rules for scientists

"It is not enough for the UK to be a possible destination; we must continue to be a popular one,” is at the heart of a response from the RSB to the Prime Minister’s new plans to introduce a fast-track visa route for scientists.

Biology fourth most popular Advanced Higher for Scotland

Students in secondary schools across Scotland have received their exam results today from the Scottish Qualifications Authority.

Prime Minister recognises UK biosciences as “extraordinary” and calls for reform for GM regulation

In his first speech as Prime Minister, Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP described the UK Biosciences Sector as “extraordinary.”

Four medals for UK Team at International Biology Olympiad

A team of four students representing the UK have each been awarded medals at the 30th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Szeged, Hungary.

Number of animal procedures in science decreases, 2018 home office stats reveal

The Home Office has released the statistics of animal use in science in 2018, with data showing that there has been a 7% decrease in the number of procedures; the third consecutive annual decrease and the lowest figures since 2007.