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.
You can now like us on Facebook and join us on Agora.
Final Event and AGM
We are delighted to have Nessa Carey as our final speaker of the year on 22nd April (see event page).
She's had an incredibly interesting and varied career working in:
- Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Lab
- Academia (Virology, Human Genetics, Molecular Biology)
- 13 years in the Biotech and Pharmaceutical sector
- Has written 2 popular science books: "The Epigenetic Revolution" and "Junk DNA"
As always, check out the events page and our Facebook page for more information.
Talks are £2 for non-members and free for members. Lifetime membership is £15. Have a look at our membership page for more details.
Also we have our AGM for this year on Wednesday 6th May at 7pm at the Plant Sciences Department (Large Lecture Theatre), during which we will also hold elections for the new committee of 2015-16.
This is your opportunity to get involved with the running of one of the largest student science societies in Cambridge, to meet and network with top scientists, and also a great opportunity for you to strengthen your CV with leadership skills.
If you are interested in applying for a position (see committee page/email for positions available), please write a short manifesto introducing yourself and describing your motivations for applying, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3rd May. Please also prepare a short presentation (2-3 minutes) to introduce yourself at the AGM.
Committee for 2015 - 2016
The Cambridge University Biological Society elected its new committee for this academic year. The committee, which will serve the society from October 2015 until June 2016, is as follows:
We would like to thank the Departments of Genetics and Zoology, University of Cambridge, for their generous sponsorship for some of the talks.