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The American Institute of Biological Sciences is the national scientific organization that promotes the use of science to inform decision-making that advances biology for the benefit of science and society. We achieve this mission independently and in collaboration with our members and business partners.




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AIBS advocates for public policy and legislative action that is based upon quality science.

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AIBS Education is dedicated to improving biological science literacy at all levels of formal and informal education.

The AIBS Education office:

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AIBS Scientific Peer Advisory & Review Services (SPARS) helps organizations invest their research dollars effectively by identifying promising research to support.

AIBS SPARS excels at:
  • Facilitating all aspects of peer review for proposed research, ongoing research, and retrospective research analysis--online, via teleconference, in-person, or any combination.
  • Organization Support: providing all the necessary services to facilitate research programs and support leadership groups.
  • Information Technology: our IT staff work with clients through every step of a project's life cycle to ensure optimal products.

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AIBS develops and implements innovative programs that connect science to the public and that encourage a true appreciation of the value of the biological sciences to society.

  • Since 2004, AIBS has published ActionBioScience.org, a free public web site making information about biological research accessible to everyone.
  • Join AIBS events online or in person to address emerging opportunities and challenges in data sharing; fostering improved understanding of peer review; policy development and advocacy; capacity building for scientific organizations; exploration of new career pathways; and much more.

In addition to providing you with a subscription to BioScience, your membership in AIBS directly supports collective activities that serve the biological sciences. We invite you to join this dynamic community of individuals and scientific organizations in support of the AIBS mission.

To apply to become a member, choose from the following:

You do not need to be a member of AIBS to access some great resources. Check out our monthly events available to both members and non members of AIBS.

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