Welcome to the British Phycological Society’s Website. The Society, a charity devoted to the study of algae founded in 1952, was one of the first to be established in the world, and is the largest in Europe.

Membership of the British Phycological Society is open to everybody.

2022 BPS Seaweed course at Plymouth 

Professor Christine Magge sends this report regarding the 2022 BPS seaweed course at Plymouth - 30 people of all skills and types of interest and experience attended. The course was led by Christine Maggs, Juliet Brodie, Frances Bunker and Anne Bunker as usual, and we...

Ukraine Support Grant formally launched by FEMS

Support aimed at both Early Career Microbiologists (ECM)* who are members of the Ukrainian Society of Microbiologists and those of other FEMS Member Societies who are in Ukraine and caught up in the war has been released by FEMS. It is hope this can provide support...

CCAP-ARIES Launch

In late 2020, Culture Collection for Algae and Protozoa applied for and successfully received just over £500k funding from NERC’s World Class Large-Scale Research Infrastructure scheme to set up CCAP’s Algal Research, Innovation and Environmental Science centre...

Canter-Lund Algal Photography Contest 2022

Our annual photography contest, the Hilda Canter-Lund Award is now open for entries in 2022. The closing date for submissions is May 20, and for this year, once again, we will have community voting! Voting will now be for the overall winners (with some caveats as...

New taught MSc in Algal Biotechnology and Bioeconomy launched – open for applications for September 2022 start, based at Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) – UHI.

New taught MSc in Algal Biotechnology and Bioeconomy launched – open for applications for September 2022 start, based at Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) – UHI.For more information and...

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