The Society publishes and disseminates high-quality ecological research in a variety of different formats, including our five world-renowned Journals, two prestigious book series and informative member Bulletin.
From January 2014 the British Ecological Society requires, as a condition for publication, that all data supporting the results in papers published in its journals be archived in an appropriate public archive. More details available here.
Book to attend the Scottish Policy Group’s conference (2nd – 3rd October) and get a discount of 50% on the cost of one- day policy training. Hurry – only 35 spaces are available at the policy training session.
The Natural Capital Initiative is hosting a high-profile summit – Valuing Our Life Support Systems 2014 – at the British Library in London from 6-7 November. BES members benefit from discounted registration – find out more here.
In April 2014, DfE announced that it will be implementing science A-level reforms in spring 2015. Find out what this means for the future of Biology A-level here.
Missed out on our Undergraduate Ecological Careers Conference? Don’t worry – check out our new resources from the day including a top tips guide and presentations from invited speakers.
The Society provides grants to promote excellent ecological research, help fund training and travel and to communicate the science of ecology as widely as possible.
Become a member and take advantage of all our member benefits, including journals, grants, meeting registration discounts, Bulletins and much more! Membership from just £40 per year (£20 for students/reduced/retired) and you can apply and pay online.
This year we will hold our Annual Meeting with the Société Française d’Ecologie from 9 – 12 December in Lille, France. It will be an exciting opportunity to network with your European counterparts.
Subscribe to our blog for the latest policy updates relating to ecology. We focus on UK and EU legislation, ecological research, and equality and diversity, and advertise opportunities to respond to consultations or join government committees.
A range of individuals came together at a Parliamentary and Scientific Committee discussion meeting last week to assess the current status of A-levels, and whether they are fit for purpose. Speakers included Ofqual, CaSE, and UK Deans of Science.
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