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October 18, 2013 07:38 AM PDT

A debate held at the Royal Institution during Biology Week 2013 about behavioural genetics and the criminal justice system. Is 'my genes made me do it' a valid excuse?

from the Society of Biology

December 03, 2012 06:21 AM PST

Speakers at the Society of Biology Policy Lates Event: do we need more scientists in Parliament? discuss their views and the controversies

November 21, 2012 10:19 AM PST

Rebecca Nesbit introduces our first #policylates debate - do we need more scientists in Parliament?

The podcast features guests discussing science policy and the role scientists can play in Parliament:

Harry Dayantis - Imperial Science Communication graduate

Dr Jennifer Rohn - Cell biologist, novelist and founder and Chair of Science is Vital

Dr Laura Bellingan - Head of Science Policy, Society of Biology

Jackie Caine - Science Policy Advisor, Society of Biology

Dr Darren Hughes - Head of Communications and External Affairs, Rothamsted Research

October 10, 2012 04:07 AM PDT

The panda is charismatic and loveable, but does it justify the conservation resources we dedicate to it? In advance of the Biology Week debate on 'do we need pandas?', Rebecca Nesbit interviews conservationists about some ethical decisions we face. To have your vote on whether we should save the panda please visit www.societyofbiology.org/panda

September 19, 2012 04:53 AM PDT

The first ever Biology Week will take place on 13th-19th October, organised by the Society of Biology. Listen to find out how you can get involved, from being part of a world record attempt to debating 'should we save the panda?'

www.societyofbiology.org/biologyweek

August 03, 2012 06:45 AM PDT

Podcast from the Society of Biology: tips for scientists working with the media. Recorded at the Sense About Science Voice of Young Science media workshop. www.societyofbiology.org

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