Society for Experimental Biology

Welcome to the Society for Experimental Biology!

Experimental Biology is the study of the form and function of animals and plants at all levels of organisation from the molecular and cellular to the whole organism. The ethos of Experimental Biology is one of interdisciplinary studies usually conducted within the context of the environment and evolution of the organism.

The Society for Experimental Biology believes that the broad nature and lack of “ology” boundaries implicit in Experimental Biology give it a pivotal role in the development of Life Sciences which are of considerable benefit to its members and to society. In particular, Experimental Biology contributes to knowledge that can be applied to the development of agriculture and medicine and to understanding the impacts of human activity on living organisms and ecosystems.

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Next deadline - 30th June 2016.

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Upcoming Meetings

Improving experimental approaches in animal biology: Implementing the 3Rs
29 June - 1 July 2016
Central London, UK

An integrative biology of the egg: From the shell’s structure to the physiology within
3 July 2016
Brighton Centre, UK

Brighton 2016
4 -7 July 2016
Brighton Centre, UK

Bridging scales in models of cell to tissue behaviour: recent progress and future challenges - Save the date
12 - 15 September 2016
Oxford, UK

Creativity in science teaching - Save the date
12 -14 December 2016
Charles Darwin House, UK