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Welcome to the Association of Applied Biologists 


The GCRI Trust is sponsoring the Bewley Lecture as part of the AAB IPM conference to be presented on 18th November. In addition, The GCRI Trust is sponsoring a competition for the costs (up to £250 each) of registration and travel to the conference for four young researchers (students or recent post-docs). Young researchers are invited to apply by writing a short (500 to 1,000 word) article on "A personal view on the future directions of IPM". Documents should be submitted to the GCRI Trust secretary, Dr Kerry Burton (kerry.burton@emr.ac.uk ) by closing date of the end of July 2015. Details of GCRI trust at http://www.emr.ac.uk/knowledge-exchange/gcri-trust/ 




Click here for the Association's Response to the Andersons Report


Click here for a letter from Sir John O'Reilly from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills inviting responses for interactions between the research base and the wider innovation ecosystem


Click here for a copy of the Association's Strategy document for 2013/2014


The Association has negotiated a special price for AAB Members to publish in our Open Access journal Food and Energy Security - £500 (usual price £1200).  To submit your manuscript click here 


Click here for a copy of the Association's Annual Report for 2013 


Hard copies will be available at the AAB AGM at Harper Adams University on 11 September and from the AAB Office (email Bernadette@aab.org.uk)


Click here for the Association's latest newsletter featuring AAB council updates, Conference reports and listings, Features and more!

The Association of Applied Biologists is an international professional society for all those working, studying or interested in applied biology.


The Association was founded in 1904 and is a registered charity (No. 275655). Our mission is:   


 "To promote the study and advancement of all branches of Biology and in particular (but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing), to foster the practice, growth and development of applied biology, with a focus on the application of biological sciences in the production of food, materials and energy, and for the maintenance and improvement of earth's environment".    


We deliver this charitable mission through the publication of scientific journals in applied biology, the organisation of conferences in a range of related subject themes, the formulation and dissemination of policies to promote the discipline, the production of a newsletter and the provision of services for members.


We have approximately 800 members across the world and many libraries subscribe to our publications.  


We welcome all those who are interested in applied biology.     


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