MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

DISCOUNTED PUBLICATIONS

SEB members can obtain discounts from the following publishers:

The Company of Biologists (CoB)

CoB gives SEB members discounts on Development, Journal of Cell Science and the Journal of Experimental Biology. Contact sales@biologists.com for more information.

Wiley

 

The publisher of The Plant Journal offers a discount of 20% on a wide range of titles in its Annual Plant Reviews and Biological Sciences Series.Use the discount code ‘SEB20’ at the checkout of the wiley.com website or contact:

John Wiley & Sons Ltd
European Distribution Centre
New Era Estate, Oldlands Way
Bognor Regis, West Sussex PO22 9NQ UK
Phone: +44 (0) 1243 843294
Fax: +44 (0) 1243 843303
E-mail: customer@wiley.com

For more information or for orders outside UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Japan visit the Wiley website.

Sign up for Wiley’s email service for free by going to www.wiley.com/email and entering your subject interests. You will receive up-to-date information on their latest books and journal issues.

For more information and to view the complete list of titles, visit the Wiley website or the Annual Plant Reviews site.

The Royal Society

The Royal Society offers SEB members a preferential price on recent and upcoming issues of Philosophical Transactions B .

All selected print titles below can be purchased at the special price of £47.50 (usual price: £59.50). Recent issues include:

  • The regulators of biodiversity in deep time
  • Innovation in animals and humans: understanding the origins and development of novel and creative behaviour
  • Marine disease
  • Multifaceted origins of sex differences in the brain
  • The evolution of cooperation based on direct fitness benefits
  • Homology and convergence in nervous system evolution.

    Philosophical Transactions B is the longest-running scientific journal in the world and publishes 24 issues per year on a diverse range of topics across the biological sciences. Each issue focuses on a research frontier that is advancing rapidly, often bridging traditional disciplines. Organismal, environmental and evolutionary biology is one of four key coverage areas of the journal.

    For more information bookmark rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org