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Opening meeting

17 August 2017

The inaugural meeting of the Australasian branch of the RSB was held by telecon on 17th August and included participants from across the Australian continent and New Zealand. The purpose of the meeting was to encourage participation in the newly formed branch and for forward planning. We remind all biologists in the Australasian/ Oceania region they are most welcome to join our branch and that includes those in South Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia and all Pacific countries as well as New Zealand and Australia.

We would welcome members to also participate in the various committees that we are establishing and encourage all to visit the Australasia branch section of the RSB website and send us contributions for these pages.

Professor Lloyd Reeve-Johnson FRSB

 

Founding of branch

March 2017

The Australasian branch of the Royal Society of Biology was formally incorporated in January 2017.  Over the next months our objective is to migrate our membership from several preceding organisations including the Australian Institute of Biology to one platform and increase linkage via our branch web page. We hope our members will also avail themselves of the Certified Biologist (CBiol) and Certified Scientist (CSci) training opportunities and help attract further members in our region. 

We encourage contributions to our web page including short articles, photographic material, notices of events and positions that may be of interest to other members.

We are very keen to have expressions of interest for committee membership, project and meeting hosting/ organisation. Please contact us on australasia@rsb.org.uk

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