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26 January 2015
Do you have a burning question about science policy that you would like to ask leading UK politicians? From today, members aged 18-35 can apply to represent the Society at the prestigious Voice of the Future 2015 event on 4 March 2015.
Voice of the Future, which is organised by the Society of Biology, is a fantastic opportunity for students and early-career researchers to join other young scientists and engineers at the Houses of Parliament, where they will get the chance to be part of a Select Committee, grilling MPs about science and research.
20 January 2015
Changes to academic publishing policy and the renewed focus on the impact of research are changing the way biologists disseminate their research findings. The Society of Biology is canvassing the bioscience community to find out what challenges and opportunities face those who regularly use and/or create research outputs in this changing environment.
29 January 2015
Imagine waking up tomorrow morning to find out that every bacterium and every archeon on the planet had suddenly vanished. What would happen? Could humanity survive? This month, Ben spoke to Dr Jack Gilbert and Dr Josh Neufeld, who have published a thought experiment in PLOS Biology that wonders exactly that… Show notes: Jack […]