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We have a variety of distribution routes to help keep you informed of the latest bioscience learning and teaching news and information. We are also keen to learn what is new with our community – therefore please share with us any news relevant to the bioscience learning and teaching community by contacting the Centre.
By joining the Centre network, you will receive email updates approximately every six weeks through our electronic Centre Updates. These electronic updates will keep you informed of upcoming events in bioscience as well as other generic teaching & learning events. Funding opportunities as well as collaborative initiatives are also highlighted.
We provide two filtered (RSS) news categories: Bioscience news which isolates bioscience specific items and General news which isolates non-bioscience specific news. Further information is available about RSS newsfeeds if you wish to display our newsfeeds on your own website.
The Centre also keeps abreast of the latest policy developments across the UK as they emerge to better inform the bioscience academic.
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The Centre for Bioscience contributes to consultations by different organisations regarding bioscience learning & teaching issues.
The Centre for Bioscience undertakes evaluation through a variety of methods including surveys in order to better understand the needs and wishes of the bioscience teaching and learning community.
As we strive to best support the bioscience community we solicit and encourage feedback about our services and activities. If you wish to inform us of an area of activity of relevance to the Centre and/or our wider community, or simply wish to comment on any of the activities, events and resources we provide, please contact us.
Looking for additional information? Visit our FAQ page to view a list of common questions. Perhaps someone has already posed a similar question to yours. Further information about the work of the Centre can also be found in About Us or you may wish to search our A-Z of resources if you are looking for information on a particular topic. If you still cannot find what you need on our website, please feel free to contact us via our Enquiries service.
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