Cambridge University Biological Society

 

Forthcoming talks

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Welcome!

The Cambridge University Biological Society (BioSoc) is a science society dedicated to bringing the finest speakers to Cambridge. Find out about the committee, how you can get involved, about upcoming events and our archive of previous speakers. If you have any questions please contact the relevant committee member directly. If you have a query regarding the website please contact the webmaster.

The locations for all of our talk venues can be found here.

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Images with Impact: the Great British Bioscience Image Competition

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have launched a competition seeking the best pictures from students that represent how life sciences are changing the world, in areas like: food, farming, bioenergy, biotech, industry and health.
"Any type of image can be entered: photography, visualisations and even illustrations. You could be looking down a microscope, panning across farming landscapes or capturing a new snazzy piece of science technology. We want to see photos, graphics, images, or anything visual that shows us the beauty of science and its impact."
There's a total prize fund of over 2,400 up for grabs; if pure science doesn't drive you, imagine the top prize of 1000 in your back pocket!
The deadline is 6th October, just at the beginning of fresher's week so no essay excuses!
Get snapping and see the website or video for more details.

Committee for 2014 - 2015

The Cambridge University Biological Society elected its new committee for this academic year. The committee, which will serve the society from October 2014 until June 2015, is as follows:

Co-Presidents: Domen Kampjut
Ernest Aw
Publicity Officer: Sophie Mathias
Outreach Officer: Silvia Hnatova
Treasurer: Ngiam Zi Chao
Membership Secretary: Ginny Rutten
Secretary: Jurga Mituzaite
Ents Officer: Viviana June
Webmaster: Justin Koh

 

We would like to thank the Departments of Genetics and Zoology, University of Cambridge, for their generous sponsorship for some of the talks.