General Travel Grants
Can be used by members to attend a scientific meeting, training courses or a lab visit.


Student Bursaries
Supports the attendance of Student Members at the Society's scientific conferences.


 

Summer Vacation Studentships
Offer funding for undergraduates to spend a summer working in a lab.


Krebs Memorial Scholarship
Provides funding during a PhD and rewards exceptional academic distinction.


 

Scientific Outreach Grants

Funding for innovative and engaging events or activities for school children, young scientists or the general public.


Independent Meetings Fund

Supports independently organized scientific conferences in the UK and internationally.


The Biochemical Society offers a programme of grants supporting research, attendance at scientific conferences and the sponsorship of events.  

 

Members of the Biochemical Society are eligible for FEBS Fellowships.

 

International Sponsored Places

Occasional funding opportunities to attend conferences with our international partner Societies


Full and Early Career Member Bursaries

Supports the attendance of Full and Early Career Members at the Society's Focused Meetings.


 

Student Society Grants

Available to Student Members to support the activities of a student society.

Events Sponsorship

Provides opportunities for members to apply for sponsorship (up to £500) of small events or lectures.

Eric Reid Fund for Methodology

Funding available to provide modest financial support for benchwork.

Visiting Fellowships

Available to support research capacity building in developing parts of the world.

Diversity in Science Grants

For projects which support and address issues relating to diversity in science. Non-members may apply.


Stay Connected Bursaries

Helping members to ‘Stay connected’ with the latest research during a career break.


Harden Bursaries 

Helping students and scientists in the early stage of their career attend our Harden Conferences.


 

Undergraduate Recognition Awards

Awarded by the Society’s Local Ambassadors to acknowledge an outstanding undergraduate.