Biosciences Society

RMIT Biosciences Society offers support and professional development for students studying biological and life science disciplines. The club also endeavours to connect students to the industry through professional networking, workshops and social events.

Description

Our Society
The RMIT Biosciences Society was formed to offer support and professional development for students across all areas of biological and life sciences studying at RMIT. As students and young professionals, we know how challenging it can be for students to engage on a deeper level with their university and face the world of employment following completion of their studies. We have provided this support through key events whilst building a community for the students to engage with each other at social events and online.
Our strategic plans are mainly focused on building networks in bioscience related industries.
However, we strive to maintain a diversity of members from various expertise to holistically sustain the organisation.
In particular, we are interested in recruiting more members from IT, Marketing and Design Backgrounds for work experience opportunities within the club.
We welcome anyone within the RMIT community with a keen interest in biosciences to join.
Benefits
•Access to workshop and networking events
•Opportunities to connect with industry professionals for work experience both internal and external
•Access to parties and social events
•Usage of club resources such as microscopes for personal study use
Please use the form on this page to join/re-join the Society for 2020. If you've never used this website before, you'll 1stly need to set an account in the system. You don't have to be a RUSU Member to join a RUSU club.

News

RMIT Biosciences Society teamed up with the HDR students of School of Science (Bioscience and Food Technology Discipline) to discuss the science behind the SARS-CoV-2 strain of coronavirus through the COVID-19 Symposium. This student run event welcomed all who were interested in learning about the diagnostic tools and biotechnological approaches that are currently being utilized to identify the virus.

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Welcome to Semester 2, 2020!

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Stakeholder presentation for 2019 of club activities and finances.

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