People, skills and training
Continuing our series on Great British bioscience pioneers, we profile Professor Keith Goulding, a soil scientist at Rothamsted Research, whose studies into nitrogen cycling and greenhouse gas emissions have helped to guide government policy on reducing the environmental impacts of farmland…
As part of BBSRC’s long-term strategic planning, BBSRC is reviewing its strategy for investing in fellowships, and is seeking your views. The survey aims to look at why fellowships are supported, the types of fellowships that should be available and whom they should be targeted…
Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys KBE FRS has been awarded the Copley Medal, believed to be the world’s oldest scientific prize, by the Royal Society. Professor Jeffreys was awarded the medal for his pioneering work on variation and mutation in the human genome.