Sophie Chadwick

The British Society of Soil Science (BSSS) or "BS cubed" as it is fondly known was founded in 1947 by several eminent British soil scientists.  It was formed with the aims: to advance the study of soil; to be open to membership from all those with an interest in the study and uses of soil; and to issue an annual publication. In 2010 the Society became an incorporated charity, merging with the Institute of Professional Soil Scientists which continues to deliver the needs of the Society's professional membership.

Membership Opportunities, Award and Qualifications

As a Member of The British Society you can:

You can gain the accreditation as a Chartered Scientist (CSci), Registered Scientist (RSci) or Registered Scientist Technician (RSci Tech). With this, you can also access online resources for CPD training.

Full members can get discounted rates at the AGM, on various publications and the Society Annual Meeting.Receive a monthly E-Zine.

Offers various grants and awards. We currently offer three main types of grant, these are Innovation, Field Equipment and Student Conference. We also offer the David Jenkinson Fellowship, a single award made once a year.

Website and Contact Information:
Tel: +44 (0)1234 752 983