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The latest news from the Biochemical Society


   Biochemical Society - Spring Events

For a full list of all our upcoming events in 2016, you can see our full programme of conferences and events listing here. 2016 brings another exciting programme of events for the Society. From conferences in Cambridge, Edinburgh and Austria to specialist training events in Chester, Liverpool and London, a full programme awaits.

 


   
  Immigration report on keeping the UK at the heart of global science and engineering

The Campaign for Science and Engineering has called on the Government to improve its immigration policies to maintain the UK’s position as a leading global hub of science and engineering. In a report launched in the House of Lords last week, CaSE said that the Government’s anti-immigration rhetoric and immigration policies are putting the UK’s future economic and scientific success at risk.




  Global pharmaceutical industry calls on governments to work on the rising threat of drug resistance

More than 80 leading international pharmaceutical, generics, diagnostics and biotechnology companies, as well as key industry bodies, have come together to call on governments and industry to work in parallel in taking comprehensive action against drug-resistant infections – so-called ‘superbugs’ – with a joint declaration launched yesterday. 


   
  Science Communication Competition 2016 is now open

The Biochemical Society’s Science Communication Competition opened in early January. Now in its fifth year, the Competition gives undergraduate and postgraduate students the opportunity to submit an original article or video communicating a bioscience topic to the general public.


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