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Over the anniversary year we will be hosting and supporting a selection of new events

Upcoming events:

How can science assist the criminal justice system? A RSB Scotland branch talk by Professor Dame Sue Black 

POSTPONED | 10:30 - 12:30 | Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen AB10 7GJ

A free event in Aberdeen, Scotland where Dame Sue will reflect on her current research areas and consider research directions for the next 10 years.

Booking and further details can be found on mySociety.

Past events:

Anniversary Fundraising Raffle

2 January - 3 March 2020

This online fundraising raffle was open for everyone to enter to be in with a chance of winning a fantastic prize whilst supporting the global biosciences community. 

Prizes included a VIP safari tour, guided tour of the Houses of Parliament, London Symphony Orchestra concert tickets, behind the scenes viewing of the ITV news, a hands-on beekeeping course …and many more!

All proceeds went towards funding the RSB's charitable work and the draw was made at our Anniversary Gala Dinner event.

Raffle prizes

Nancy Rothwell Award 2019 visit to The University of Manchester

26 November 2019

The winners and highly commended entrants of the RSB's Nancy Rothwell Award 2019 were given the opportunity to visit The University of Manchester for a day.

They met with Professor Richard Reece FRSB, toured the university laboratories, met with current biology students and had lunch with the RSB's inaugural president Dame Nancy Rothwell Hon FRSB, whom the award is named after.

Read our news story on the event.

Nancy Rothwell Day 1

 Nancy Rothwell Day 3

Nancy Rothwell Day 2

Daphne Jackson Trust 2019 Conference

16 - 17 October 2019

The three presidents of the Royal Society of Biology, Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics sat down for a candid interview with Professor Dame Athene Donald FRSB, as part of this year’s Daphne Jackson Trust conference. 

The four women discussed a number of topics, including career challenges, benefits of joining a professional society and future aspirations for the scientific community.

Read our news story on the event.

Daphne Jackson Conference 1

 Daphne Jackson Conference 2