Our peer-reviewed & heavily cited journal 📚 BioScience is for researchers, educators, & students. Learn more!

Founded in 1947, in 2022 AIBS celebrates its 75th anniversary

Science-based decisions for society

We advocate for public policy informed by science, publish a highly ranked scientific journal, and provide bespoke peer review services.

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Scientific Services

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For 75 years, we've proudly supported the biological sciences community. Our current suite of services includes...

Policy & Advocacy

We promote the use of biological sciences knowledge in public policy and advance science policy serving the needs of the research and education communities.

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BioScience Journal

BioScience presents current research, accompanied by essays and discussion on education, public policy, history, and the conceptual underpinnings of the biological sciences.

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Scientific Peer Review

We provide research funding organizations with efficient and high quality peer review and support services that help program leaders focus on the science.

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Spotlight On Workshops

Professional Development

We're building capacity for biology through workshops designed to increase your impact.

We've trained over 2,500 people on communication, employment acquisition, writing for impact, team science, and more.

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We believe science is strengthened by the open exchange of diverse perspectives and ideas. Credit: Patrick Fore

We believe science is strengthened by the open exchange of diverse perspectives and ideas. Credit: Patrick Fore

A Very Good Idea

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Accessibility

AIBS is committed to a biological sciences community where everyone can contribute.

So, we work to ensure inclusivity and equality in our own efforts, and share a framework to help others who are also on our path.

The IDEA
On a rain-soaked day in April 2017, thousands marched in Washington DC to fight for science funding and its inclusion in policy decisions. Credit: Vlad Tchompalov

On a rain-soaked day in April 2017, thousands marched in Washington DC to fight for science funding and its inclusion in policy decisions. Credit: Vlad Tchompalov

Spotlight On Community

Organization Memberships

Strong support for the biological sciences is critical to a healthy society and planet.

We work with our member societies to amplify voices for biology and biologists at the national level.

Member Benefits
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News & Events

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