The College of Applied Biologists (the College or CAB) public register allows the public to search for applied biology professionals who are registrants of the College. Employer information, areas of practice, and region are provided by registrants. It is the responsibility of registrants to ensure that the information that they provide is accurate and up to date. Designation, status, history and discipline information is provided by the College.
The College of Applied Biologists in June 20, 2003 became a regulatory body under the College of Applied Biology Act (CABA) via authority granted by the Government of British Columbia. CABA was repealed and replaced February 5, 2021 by the Professional Governance Act and the Applied Biologists Regulation.