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The importance of different thinking

Education, like History, is complicated – and that’s ok

What actually makes us happy?

Foul ink

Science for a Resilient Future

Top 10 reasons to submit to Biology Letters (and be cheerful)

Perkin's purple

What is synthetic data, and how can it advance research and development?

Partners in paint

High-ranking naked mole-rats

Puppies in distress?

Flying start

Introducing new Proceedings B Associate Editors in ecology

Why resilience is vital for the sustainability of people and planet – and what chemistry can do

Moles and diamonds

Regional Absorptive Capacity: The skills dimension

Lady Jane's letter

Proteins, dinosaurs, and pulsars—Biographical Memoirs Volume 72

Charleton eclectic

Intergroup conflict across taxa

Tomorrow's climate scientists from Corbridge Middle School investigate ways to prevent urban flooding

Illuminating archives

Urban environmental change drives clover evolution worldwide: Q&A with Marc Johnson

Are you co-reviewing?

Fiery chapters

How libraries can fight disinformation

Writing a review—the do’s and don’ts

Science sees better with a global perspective

Elephant on the Moon

Authorship: contributions, disputes, and misconduct

Dish of the day

Unconscious bias revisited

Publishing open access with us is about to get even easier

Designing filters inspired by animal noses

Paper trail

Seeing is believing: YAP dynamics in living embryos

Philosophical Transactions B – highlighting recent influential theme issues

Out and Proud in STEM

Biology Letters – an open access journey

What became of Watts?

Why certain topics fall victim to misinformation

When art meets science

Zoo views

The role of SARS-CoV-2 aerosol transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic

Proceedings B Special Feature on animal locomotion

How search engines affect the information we find

Revisiting a trage-bee

What are you looking at?

We need to support Core Maths qualifications to realise young people’s ambitions

Cat brains and replication studies

How to regulate misinformation

Powders of sympathy

The circle of Willis

We are not powerless in the face of online misinformation

Why we need to talk about the online information environment

Halfway to open

Philosophical Transactions A: A Year in Review

Virus–virus interactions—can we predict the outcome of a Covid-19 and flu interaction?

Redacting the Hamburg hydra

Gems in the archives

Christmas trees

Welcoming new Associate Editors to Royal Society Open Science

Disability history and the Royal Society

G7 – what has it meant for science?

Synergistic tomographic image reconstruction

Coronavirus and surfaces

The other Somerset House

Evolving publishing metrics

Open Biology – celebrating a decade of publishing

On this day

Introducing newly appointed Proceedings B Associate Editors

10 years of Open Biology: Q&A with our first authors – part three

10 years of Open Biology: Q&A with our first authors – part two

10 years of Open Biology: Q&A with our first authors

Colour wheel

10 years of Open Biology: Editors’ highlights

Half full or half empty?

How do bird songs evolve over time?

Craftsmanship and spectacle in London

Bushy tales

Science, engineering, and technology: essential partners on the road to net zero

A Modern View on Turing’s Theory of Pattern Formation

Tomorrow's climate scientists - living walls

Ornithological opposites

West African medical knowledge, the slave trade and the Royal Society

Transformative agreements with Royal Society Publishing

Biology Letters and Open Access in 2021

Building structural equity with Science, Society and Policy

Grains of truth

The move to fully Open Access – what about the author?

Why Open Access?

COVID-19: science, history, culture and imagination

Meeting my heroes

Biographical Memoirs Volume 71 – Beyond the Lab

Counting lives

Light and Airy

Identity and open peer review

Preprints and identity in peer review

Co-reviewing as a way to open up peer review

Sleight of hand

Collecting gender data to address bias in peer review

Research culture and identity in peer review

Axes of diversity and peer review

Peer review survey: reporting your experiences

Certified success

Meet our new Preprint Editor

The disputed sound of the aurora borealis – winner of the Notes and Records Essay Award 2021

Fellow architects

Sylva and grey

Introducing Proceedings B Associate Editors from India

On the Brunel trail

Reflections of a House of Lords Select Committee Specialist Adviser

Depicting data

Resilient food production, climate change and the environment - a triple challenge

Biological anthroengineering

Counting bones

Reviews and Biology Letters

Volcanic venture

The roots of photography

Responding to decision letters: a how-to guide for new authors

Are dogs sensitive to human mental states?

Computer pioneers

Preprints and Proceedings B – the story so far

Paper dragons

Cloud perspectives

Embracing pandemic uncertainty in science, society and policy

The jellyfish debate

Wings and things

Welcome to Biology Letters’ New Editorial Board Members

Reflections on the 2021 Pairing Scheme

Dinosaurs and brains

Advancing bioinformatics research in Latin America

Head of steam

Suction-assisted grabbing by elephants

Early man cave

Preventing malaria with purpose-built houses

Penning puns

Welcoming new Associate Editors to Royal Society Open Science

Jewels of the sea

Our transition to Open Access

The impact of future ocean acidification on coral reef survival

Blogspawn

An upgrade to our Picture Library

Social support and maternal-child health

St Lubbock's Days

More than fun: enrichment activities rooted in contemporary science

A spoonful of sugar

Royal Society Open Science welcomes PCI Registered Reports

Interdisciplinary approaches to dynamics in biology

Partnership Grants - engaging in scientific research

Peer review during the pandemic – thank you!

Wonderful museums

Biographical Memoirs Volume 70: Discovery and Innovation

A China-UK dialogue on artificial intelligence

Science, Society and Policy in Royal Society Open Science

Snapping scientists

Volcanic vistas

How is COVID-19 evolving?

Should We Trust Computers?

Funding Victorian science

What might the future of the UK countryside look like?

A new approach to regulating genetic technologies

Partnership Grants - building links between local schools

Something old, something blue

Proceedings B introduces Biological Applications subject category

Hard to catch: experimental evidence supports evasive mimicry

Science decade

A day in the life of an applied mathematician: Professor Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb

A day in the life of a scientist: Dr Sabrina Simoncelli

State of the planet - how human activity is driving climate change

Perfect copy

Partnership Grants - how one project developed virtually

Carbon dioxide detection in biological systems

Mars attracts

The political brain

What do we know about Long Covid?

Off the charts

Celebrating Chinese New Year cuisine with the help of physics

What does the UK-EU deal mean for science?

Wildlife trade

Meet the editor: Stephen Hyde

Welcome aboard - introducing more new Proceedings B Associate Editors

Welcome aboard - introducing new Proceedings B Associate Editors

Standing on the boulders of giants

Why we know vaccines work

Bird brains

Welcome aboard - introducing new Proceedings B Associate Editors

Trends on students and staff with disabilities in STEM

Computing at School

No tar, Bishop

Philosophical Transactions A: Looking back at 2020

Lost and found

Relaunching the Lisa Jardine Grant for 2021

Shed a little (candle)light

The poison of Empire

An equitable ‘Agricultural Transition’

Publishing Christmas Holidays

Crowns and sceptres

Partnership Grants - supporting students with SEND

2020: A Year of Read & Publish

Deck the walls

Nobel ambitions

Science in history

Partnership Grants - how lockdown enabled us to create new partnerships

Ready, steady, go: how many hot dogs is it possible to eat in 10 minutes?

Partnership Grants - undertaking STEM projects in COVID times

Digging for Dorothea

Can Heliconius butterflies help us better understand evolutionary novelty?

The art of the printscape

Unsung heroes in nursing and care homes

Image enhancement

Update from the party conferences

Reflecting on 2020: Registered Reports, rapid review, COVID-19 and emerging scientific talent

Opportunity for all: ensuring equitable access to content and the publishing process

West Africans and the history of smallpox inoculation: Q&A with Elise A. Mitchell

The drive to open

Computational biomedicine

Introducing a new Associate Editor to the Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology section of Royal Society Open Science

Putting together ‘A Celebration of Black Science’

Mathematicians, Astrophysicists and a Royal Society President: Introducing Volume 69 of Biographical Memoirs

Liberating times

What does the “new normal” look like after strict 76-day lockdown in Wuhan, China?

Global trends in wildfire and its impacts

10k run in pictures

Looking closer: In conversation with Jana Christopher

Refereeing: the evolution of trust in editorial practices

Fallen - A Robert Hooke Musical

Trust in peer review: the role and reputation of preprints

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Partnership Grants - STEM in action: using technology in a secondary school setting to make biological molecules come alive

The science behind the story: how can a reader be sure that research is trustworthy?

From submission to publication: how our processes and policies support high quality science

An upgrade to our online catalogues

Lessons learnt during COVID-19 lockdown

Squirrels

The role of research and innovation in ‘levelling up’

Fun with scientists

Notes and Records Essay Award 2021

Which is Wyche?

Going negative: An interdisciplinary, holistic approach to carbon dioxide removal

Gray and gold

From placement to publication: all before leaving school

The challenges of social distancing in humans and non-human animals

Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies

A stolen Newton inscription (virtually) restored to a Swedish autograph album

Stormy weather

The handles of Saturn

What makes a data scientist? Why professional skills and behaviours are more important than ever

Introducing Open Biology’s Preprint Team

Promoting your latest paper, and tracking your results

Tackling the image problem

Micrographia online

Model Victorians

Using data for the public good: the roles of clear governance, good data and trustworthy institutions

Ceres business

Be inspired by generations of science history

Getting data right: governance for people and society

Blockchain technology

Demographic analysis provides insight into diversity of scientists featured in biology textbooks

Waves, particles and pronouns - Virginia Woolf's 'Orlando'

Land of light

Introducing Professor Liwu Zhang, new member of the Proceedings A Editorial Board

Tajine and turnips

The origin and rise of complex life: integrating models, geochemical and palaeontological data

Collaborating in the COVID era

The goblin's curse

Stone poses

Remembering James Petiver

Object lessons

Biodiversity FAQ

COVID-19 rapid review initiative – an update

Science, society and politics – an uneasy but essential ménage à trois

Deep time in rhyme

International collaboration and cooperation: the role of grants

Following the science

Is self-isolating alone actually bad for our mental health?

Ancient autopsy

Science in Lockdown part two

Young guns

Science in Lockdown: the effects of COVID-19 on research and researchers

Ecology and evolution Associate Editor joins the Proceedings B board

Internet emissions: what's the issue?

Is 2020 our opportunity to rethink science in policy?

RAMP update

Flowers of romance

King Lion

Sleep and stress: past and present

Head for the Hills

World Parkinson’s Day – Q&A with Professor Miratul Muqit

Why do viruses jump from animals to humans? Clues to the COVID-19 pandemic

Terra nullius?

Open Biology welcomes new Editors to the board

The secret life of books

Why are coral fish so colourful?

How technology can be harnessed for the good of the planet

Covid-19 pandemic – Royal Society Publishing service

Line of flight

Urgent Call for Registered Reports on Coronavirus

Unwrapping Norfolk's mummy

A plaque for Papin

Louis Brrrrnacchi

Why I can’t ignore that I’m LGBT+ to do my job

Scrapbooking

Partnership Grants – how one school tackled the STEM-partner challenge

Partnership Grants – supporting professional development

Drinking in the views

Urban Flood Resilience

Interfacing with the curriculum

Dissecting a King

Rethinking Joseph Banks

What makes a good or a bad peer review? Tips for excelling at reviewing

Red letter day

Focus on Centrosome Biology

Science for diplomacy: lessons from a scientist in government

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