BSR Membership

Individual Membership

Membership is open to anyone concerned with rheology. Members receive a hard copy of the BSR Bulletin (by post 3 times a year), as well as electronic access to all our back issues of our searchable BSR bulletins; Rheology Abstracts and Reviews. BSR members are also entitled to discounts on BSR-run meetings and conferences. Additional benefits are extended for students include:

  • An Annual Doctoral Prize (the Vernon Harrison Award)
  • Conference/travel grants for student members

The present annual subscription is £27 per annum with subscriptions running from 1st October each year. Fees are payable by credit card (Visa or Mastercard only) via PayPal, by cheque in Sterling, or by Banker's standing order.

You can join using either our online facilities, or by post. Click on one of the options below to tell us your details and apply for membership:

The benefits of BSR membership are presented in the linked document here: BSR new membership flyer

Annual Institutional Subscription for one volume of bulletin

Subscription Fee for 2021: £380

A subscription for institutions to receive the BSR Bulletin at a yearly fee is now available. To subscribe please contact our treasurer at  This is not to be confused with an institutional membership subscription; instead a subscribing institution will be entitled to a year's subscription of the bulletin (one volume with typically 3 issues) in printed format, under the condition that this copy must not be reproduced.

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  • Metals and Alloys
  • Composites
  • Solid Polymers
  • Molten or dissolved polymers
  • Natural fibrous materials (e.g. paper, wood, wool)
  • Liquid - Liquid systems (e.g. emulsions)
  • Liquid-Solid systems (e.g. suspensions, slurries)
  • Particulate solids (e.g. granules or powders)
  • Glasses or ceramics
  • Oils, greases & lubricants
  • Building and road materials
  • Foodstuffs
  • Biological materials (e.g. blood, tissue)
  • Theoretical materials
  • Other materials - Interfaces
  • Rheological interest is in technology
  • Rheological interest Experimental
  • Most work is of rheological concern
  • Rheological interests are pure science
  • Rheological interests Theoretical