How to... collaborate

Stem cell scientist Loriana Vitillo explains the collaboratory Dish Life project that was presented at the launch of the Pint of Science festival, which is taking place in May.

Biomedical Science

Biomedical Science Day 2018

Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural event and in line with our new strategy, Biomedical Science Day 2018 aims to raise public awareness of biomedical science.

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May: Journal-based learning

Each article’s contents should be read, researched and understood, and you should then come to a decision on each question. The pass mark is 17 out of 20 questions answered correctly. JBL exercises may be completed at any time until the published deadline date. Please select your choice of correct answers and complete the exercises online at:

CPD events and courses

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To heal, not hurt

New advances in science can bring unimagined hope, but can also lead to grotesque destruction.

Editorial: Change is needed

Opportunities to be creative with resources have been ignored for too long.

My lab: Braving the weather

Valerie Bocker, Specialist Biomedical Scientist from NHS Lothian, writes about the dedication of laboratory staff when snow struck.

How to... publish your work in The Biomedical Scientist

Would you like to see your work on the pages of the IBMS’ magazine? Here are some tips and guidance to help you get published.

British Journal of Biomedical Science Issue 2 2018: a synopsis

Issue 2 of our journal is now completed. By the time you read this, the hardcopy may already have landed on your doormats, and those of you who have been to the website will already have accessed and read some of the papers. Editor Andrew Blann outlines the content in the latest issue.

Maintain and Extend Accreditation

John Ringrow and Al Bryant follow on from their December 2017 article on approaching UKAS assessments with a feature on maintaining and extending your scope of accreditation post-grant.

How to… deliver innovation

Uthman Adesina and Bala Sirigireddy have been selected for the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur programme. Uthman talks through the process, while Bala gives his top tips for success.