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A glowing jellyfish, a multi-coloured seahorse and a vivid crab are the winners of the RSB’s Nancy Rothwell Award 2022

The winning and highly commended entries for this year’s Nancy Rothwell Award have been announced, including specimen drawings of a black sea nettle, a multi-coloured seahorse and a giant mud crab, which take the top prizes.

RSB Policy Lates: Clinical research and tackling health outcome inequalities

Last week’s latest event in the RSB’s Policy Lates series brought together sector leaders to discuss the challenge of inequalities in clinical research and health outcomes amongst different communities.

Playful wolves, the morning call of a chimpanzee and snuggling otters 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 photographers and also aspiring photographers under the age of 18.

RSB announces Winners of its Outreach and Engagement Award 2022

Two outstanding bioscience researchers have been recognised with this year’s Outreach and Engagement awards.

RSB hosts keynote addressing crop pest management in Africa

More than 60 plant health professionals attended the third plant health series event, funded by Defra, discussing international standards in Africa.

RSB expresses its condolences following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II

The Royal Society of Biology offers its deepest sympathies to the Royal family following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 1926-2022.

UK students receive A level results after sitting first formal exams since COVID-19

The Royal Society of Biology recognises the achievements of all students who received their A level qualification results today, the first cohort to sit formal summer exams since 2019.

Biology teacher of the year recognised for excellence in teaching and learning

Charles Gill from Alcester Grammar School, Alcester, has won this year’s RSB School Biology Teacher of the Year Award.

The RSB joins call for next PM to back research and innovation

The Royal Society of Biology has joined calls for the final two Conservative party leadership candidates to ensure the UK remains a world leader in research, development and innovation.

RSB Policy Lates: could a One Health approach prevent the next pandemic

The latest event in the RSB’s Policy Lates series brought together sector leaders to discuss how interdisciplinary approaches could hinder the next outbreak.