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RSB and ITN Productions partner for 2020 programme on Biology for the Future

The Royal Society of Biology and ITN Productions are again partnering to deliver a new documentary, highlighting the importance and breadth of the biosciences.

150 people from around the world tune in for the first ever virtual Policy Lates event

More than 150 people joined a panel of experts online to discuss the challenges and potential solutions to antimicrobial resistance (AMR), as part of the RSB’s Policy Lates series.

Two Fellows elected to the Royal Society of Biology Council

Two vacancies have been filled on the RSB Council after the April 2020 round of nominations.

Celebrate RSB membership and get three months’ free throughout Membership May

The RSB is launching its first ever #MembershipMay campaign across social media, as part of the 10 year anniversary celebrations.

New Q&A series on bioscience’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic

The Biologist has launched a new COVID Q&A series exploring how life scientists around the world have sprung into action to help understand, track, and treat COVID-19. 

RSB launches new Policy Resource Library for the biosciences

The RSB has launched an innovative new library of policy resources for the biosciences, providing easy search and access to more than 800 published documents.

RSB comments on UK schools to close amid COVID-19 pandemic

All schools are to close in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales by the end of this week.

RSB update regarding COVID-19

The RSB has been proactive in ensuring members, stakeholders and staff remain safe during the COVID 19 pandemic, and is monitoring Government advice closely to ensure all decisions are in line with expert advice.

RSB responds to “the largest and fastest increase in R&D investment on record,” announced by the Government

The Government has announced “the largest and fastest increase in R&D investment on record,” with a promise to increase annual funding to £22 billion – higher than the US, China, France and Japan.

Attenborough heralds RSB as "one of the most important learned societies" at Gala Dinner

Sir David Attenborough said the RSB could be “one of the most important learned societies in the country” as he accepted a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Society’s 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner.