AMR Industry Alliance launches first report into Industry's AMR action globally
The AMR Industry Alliance launched its first report into the commitment of the life sciences industry to tackle the public health threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Biochemical Society announces the Diversity in Science Grant winners
This year, the Society received a record number of applications, with many of the projects exhibiting great imagination and high levels of creativity and we are delighted to announce the winners.
Response to the Life Sciences Sector Deal
The Society has responded to today's announcement of the Life Sciences sector deal.
New Careers Strategy unveiled
The Society welcomes the new Careers Strategy launched today.
Biochemical Society comments on the launch of new Industrial Strategy
The Biochemical Society welcomes the launch of the Industrial Strategy white paper, published by Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
Response to European Medicines Agency location decision
Following the European Union's (EU) General Affairs Council decision to select Amsterdam as the new location for the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the Biochemical Society have issued the following statement.
Record boost to UK R&D funding
The Biochemical Society welcomes today’s announcement that the Government will work with industry to boost spending on R&D to 2.4 per cent of GDP by 2027.
Chris Willmott named Science Editor of The Biochemist
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Dr Chris Willmott will be taking over from Professor Freddie Theodoulou as Science Editor of The Biochemist in 2018.
Biochemical Society welcomes appointment of Dr Patrick Vallance as Chief Scientific Adviser
The Biochemical Society welcomes the appointment of Dr Patrick Vallance, currently President of Research and Development at GlaxoSmithKline, as the UK Government's Chief Scientific Adviser with effect from spring 2018.
Obituary: Professor Robert Freedman
The Biochemical Society is saddened to learn of the death of Professor Robert Freedman.
Biochemical Society launches online training portal
The Biochemical Society is launching its new online training portal on 23 October, to host online courses and material to complement our events programme.
Collaboration on science and innovation: a future partnership paper: Biochemical Society response
A future partnership paper on Collaboration on Science and Innovation has been published today by the Department for Exiting the European Union.
Life Sciences Industrial Strategy launch: Biochemical Society response
The Biochemical Society welcomes yesterday’s launch of the Life Sciences Industrial Strategy, supported by Government and led by Sir John Bell.
2019 Biochemical Society Awards now open
Nominations have now opened for the 2019 Biochemical Society Awards - the field's most prestigious awards that recognize established researchers as well as scientists in the early stages of their career.
LeSPAR comment on the BMJ article on antibiotic course duration
The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR) has noted with interest the publication of a BMJ article by Llewelyn et al. on antibiotic course duration.
2017 Science Communication Competition winners announced
The winners of the 2017 Science Communication Competition have been announced.
Letter to MPs standing for re-election
Ahead of the General Election, the Royal Society of Biology, has sent a letter on behalf of their Member Organisations and the whole bioscience community to all Members of Parliament (MPs).
The Biochemical Society launches new blog
The Biochemical Society has launched a brand new blog The Biochemist Blog.
Biochemical Society announces Summer Vacation Studentship Grant winners
The Biochemical Society is delighted to announce this year's Summer Vacation Studentship Grant winners.
Society honours outstanding international bioscientists
Eleven eminent scientists and exceptional early career researchers have been honoured in the annual Biochemical Society Awards.
Have your say on the Industrial Strategy consultation
The Government launched a green paper on its proposed Industrial Strategy and the Biochemical Society will be participating in the Royal Society of Biology’s response to this consultation.
UK Government draft Industrial Strategy announced
The Government’s Industrial Strategy was set out today by the Prime Minister, with a strong focus on science, research and innovation as well as on developing skills.
Biochemistry recognized in New Year’s Honours list
The Biochemical Society is delighted to see that the field of molecular bioscience is so well represented in New Year’s Honours list this year.