Geneticist's research highlighted on Royal Society's website
The website - http://www.royalsoc.ac.uk/scientists - profiles the work of members of the Society's Fellowship and its funded scientists. Updated on a monthly basis, over time the website will provide a source of information on the wide variety of cutting-edge research supported by the Society.
Executive Secretary of the Royal Society, Stephen Cox said, "This new area of our website is about demonstrating to anyone who comes in contact with the Society what we mean when we talk of 'excellence in science'."
The Royal Society is an independent academy promoting the
natural and applied sciences. Founded in 1660, the Society has three roles: as
the UK academy of science, as a learned society, and as a funding agency. The
Society's objectives are:
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