ANU Research School of Biology
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The Research School of Biological Sciences (RSBS) was formed in the 1960s at the The Australian National University. It was conceived as a high-level research only institute and funded accordingly. However in 2009, because of concerns about its research performance and a lack of staff renewal as well as a poor record in attracting PhD students, RSBS was merged with the School of Botany and Zoology, and the School of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to form the Research School of Biology.