Registered Charity No.249967, Founded 1940 27 July 2016 (GMT)
Fees due from October 1st The British Society of Rheology
Members Log-on Here logon here!      
Username or ID:
Password:
Polymer Dynamics and Rheology
18/07/2016
The Midwinter Meeting this year will have an overall theme of Polymer Dynamics and ...
Click here for more information...
Non-Newtonian Club: 19 April
19/04/2016
Rheometry is the theme of the next Non-Newtonian Club, to be held at Imperial College London ...
Click here for more information...
Annual Award Nominations
23/03/2016
Nominations are now sought for the BSR Annual Award 2016. The Click here for more information...
Popular Items:
News Banner
Other News and Announcements
Forthcoming BSR Meetings

An Introduction to the BSR


Welcome to the BSR. The Society was founded as an informal British Rheologists' Club in 1940 and has as its objectives the promotion of science and dissemination of knowledge in the areas of pure and applied rheology. It has expanded greatly since then and now has over 400 members, of whom about a third are outside the U.K. and distributed widely throughout the world. For example, there are about 50 members in North America. However, it still strives to preserve the informal Club atmosphere. All offices of the Society are honorary appointments and an elected Council is the governing body. Members are drawn both from academic life and from a wide range of industrial activities. They come from many scientific disciplines including mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, biochemistry, materials science, engineering and medicine.

The BSR runs scientific meetings and meetings of the Non-Newtonian Club, and provides many other services to its members. Student members are invited to apply for travel awards, and each year we hold a competition for the best Ph.D. thesis in rheology, awarding the Vernon Harrison Prize. We also make an Annual Award to a distinguished rheologist and periodically award the BSR Gold Medal: the most recent recipient was Gareth McKinley, who received his medal at the Midwinter Meeting in December 2014.




video missing