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Royal Society of Biology outreach grant

The RSB Outreach and Engagement Grant Scheme is now open and the deadline for applications is 15th December 2018. The grant scheme allows individual members of the Royal Society of Biology anywhere in the World to apply for funding to help run an event or activity in their region during 2019 (after 1st February 2019). […]

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Biosciences Outreach and Engagement Symposium

For the first time ever, the Royal Society of Biology is running a Biosciences Outreach and Engagement Symposium, and registration is now open! Details: 09:00 to 17:00, Wednesday 14 November 2018, in the Bramall Music Building, University of Birmingham This symposium is ideal for anyone and everyone doing outreach, public engagement or science communication, and […]

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New videos from the Linnean Society

The Linnean Society of London has produced 13 new educational videos! Links and descriptions for each of these videos can be found below. The Curious Cases of Carl Linnaeus; Life Underground and Clever Collections are three series which explore the fascinating world of Carl Linnaeus, taxonomy and whole organism biology. The stories, specimens and objects, […]

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RSB Outreach and Engagement Awards

The Royal Society of Biology invites applications for both its established and new researcher prizes. They aim to reward outreach work carried out to inform, enthuse and engage the public. The competition is open to all researchers working in any sector of UK biosciences, from universities, institutes or industry. There are two categories of award: […]

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A CPD treat for those running workshops

STEM learning have three free online courses via FutureLearn coming up in the next few weeks which will enable you to develop your students’ learning with engaging and effective practical lessons: Teaching practical chemistry: Explore how going beyond ‘recipe following’, teachers can use practical work in chemistry to support the explanation of theory. Discover ‘microscale’ […]

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#Biobakes2017

Stop what you’re doughing, cancel all your flans, the Bio-Bodies Bake-Off is back for 2017! GBBO is now back on our screens, and love it or hate it, you can’t deny some of those ‘illusion cakes’ were pretty unbelievable – but The Physiological Society think you can do better! Biology Week (Saturday 7 to Sunday […]

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Paid Internship at RSB (London)

The Royal Society of Biology are currently looking to recruit a Biology Week intern, to help their communications and public engagement team with the running of this year’s Biology Week. They are offering a paid placement for 10 weeks here in their London office, suitable for anyone who has bags of enthusiasm for biology and […]

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Royal Society of Biology SciComm Awards

Are you a bioscience researcher involved in science communication? The Royal Society of Biology Science Communication Awards have returned for 2017 and this year’s competition is now open for entries. This competition is open to researchers working in any sector of UK biosciences, including universities, institutes and industry. They are intended to reward outreach work carried […]

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Job: Research & Outreach Manager, Warwick Uni

You will provide support to the Director/Co-Director of the Warwick Integrative Synthetic Biology (WISB) Research Facility in coordinating and implementing WISB research and outreach strategy and activities. You will have multiple responsibilities, including developing and promoting the WISB Research Programme, monitoring expenditure and progress in WISB activities, seeking further funding in support of WISB research […]

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Genecraft Biohack, April 29th, BOM

The Genecraft Biohack is a day of workshops and talks exploring art and genetics. It is an event for creatives, scientists, artists and the intrigued to come together and creatively explore what humanity might look like in the future. The 2016 Space Biohack at Birmingham Open Media (BOM) was a sellout success drawing people from across the UK and overseas for a day of experiments, talks and DNA […]