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The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
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Scottish-born US naturalist, writer, & advocate of forest conservation, John Muir, was born in 1838
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The legacy of the Herschel family & their significant contributions to astronomy
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We're looking for an IT Services Manager. Deadline tomorrow
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The underground market for hummingbirds is so secretive that U.S. government officials didn’t even know it existed until about 10 years ago
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Apply now for our new short industry fellowships, enabling scientists in industry & academia to work on a mutually beneficial & collaborative project
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The world’s oldest known baleen whale has been identified from a fossil found in New Zealand
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'True seals' have clawed paws that help them hunt like their land-dwelling ancestors
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We're looking for a Compliance and Evaluation Manager. Deadline 29 April
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Scientists have used acid baths & concrete mixers to simulate the moa's gut & cast fresh doubt on a common assumption about the New Zealand bird
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Clown fish need more energy to live in a bleached home. New study looks at the physiological indicators of stress in clown fish living with bleached anemones
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We're looking for an IT Services Manager. Apply by this Sunday
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Laura Kelley 19h
For women with , MRC, or AMS fellowships, this programme to develop leadership and career potential looks excellent. Keen to sign up next year!
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Science and Technology Committee 22h
NEW REPORT: Genomics and Genome Editing in the NHS. Read the report and its recommendations here: (pdf) Thank you to everyone who contributed!
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Kelly Vere 19h
A fantastic (& fun!) opportunity for technical colleagues to gain skills outside of their immediate workplace, engage with the public, widen networks & see some exciting science! ☀️👩🏻‍🔬
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We're looking for volunteers for our exhibition 2018 – apply now. Deadline 11 May
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How might genetic technologies change our health? Find out more in our interactive infographic & quiz
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"We can only harness the untapped potential of genome editing & data-enabled research if we have the buy-in of the people it is meant to serve,"
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Researchers have revealed how plants 'hedge their bets' in germination - the route to better crop yields
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To attract a mate, the greater superb bird of paradise flips up his cape, puffs out his chest, and shimmies his little feet 😎
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EPSRC 23h
EPSRC and -supported chemists have collaborated with colleagues and to develop a polymer combining combines waste from the petroleum industry and cooking oil to soak up oil spills
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