What is the Society for Natural Sciences?
The Society for Natural Sciences is a professional network aimed to promote the awareness of inter-/multi-disciplinary activity, which is increasingly becoming of the utmost importance for scientific advancement. The Society is a member of the Science Council.
Why is the Society relevant?
Many of the technical issues of sustainability in energy and material resources and their distribution that are now faced by society are interdisciplinary; natural scientists are in the vanguard of scientists who can cross disciplines to help tackle these problems and contribute to a better life for all.
What does the Society do?
- We are the UK accrediting body for degree programmes in Natural Sciences.
- The Society provides information about courses, opportunities and general information for Natural Science.
- We support and deliver outreach activities for schools.
- We support research into evidence-based approaches to university science education.
- The Society holds an annual conference for undergraduate and post-graduate taught students to network across the UK and beyond.