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The Biochemist


The Biochemist is the essential read for anyone with an interest in the fundamental processes of biology, health and disease. Published bi-monthly, it is the best way to keep up with news and views on issues of relevance to the molecular bioscience community. 


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Genome Editing

Genome Editing

VOLUME 38 No. 3 June 2016

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RNA Revisited

RNA Revisited

VOLUME 38 No. 2 April 2016


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Personalized Medicine

Personalized Medicine

VOLUME 38 No. 1 February 2016


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Biochemistry on Screen

Biochemistry on Screen

VOLUME 37 No. 6 December 2015


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What makes us human?

What makes us human?

VOLUME 37 No 5. October 2015

 

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Longevity

Longevity

VOLUME 37 No. 4 August 2015


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Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance

VOLUME 37 No. 3 June 2015


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RNA

RNA

VOLUME 37 No. 2 April 2015


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Coenzymes

VOLUME 37 No. 1 February 2015

 

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Astrobiology
VOLUME 36 No. 6 December 2014


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Student Issue: Communication in Plants and Microbes
VOLUME 36 No. 5 October 2014


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Science Policy
VOLUME 36 No. 4 August 2014


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Replacement in Research

VOLUME 36 No. 3 June 2014


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Plant Signalling

VOLUME 36 No. 2 April 2014

 

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Molecular Evolution

VOLUME 36 No. 1 February 2014

 

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Seven Deadly Sins

VOLUME 35 No. 6 December 2013

 

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Photobiology

VOLUME 35 No. 5 October 2013

 

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Symbiosis

VOLUME 35 No. 4 August 2013

 

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Molecular Psychiatry

VOLUME 35 No. 3 June 2013

 

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Symmetry

VOLUME 35 No. 2 April 2013


Geometry, harmony and chirality.

 

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Nanotechnology

VOLUME 35 No. 1 January 2013

The latest issue of The Biochemist looks at Nanotechnology: what are the benefits and what are the risks?

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Science Fact Science Fiction

VOLUME 34 No. 6 December 2012 

 

‘Reel’ science or real science?

Editorial - Could Jurassic Park ever come true?
by Freddie Theodoulou

 

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Metals in action

VOLUME 34 No. 5 October 2012

 

Metabolism, respiration and toxicity

 

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Latest issue: Education and Careers
VOLUME 34 NO 4 August 2012


Features include e-learning, accreditation and peer review plus all the latest Society news.

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Sport

Sport
VOLUME 34 NO 3 June 2012

 

Features include themaking of muscle, Health consequences of exercise and inactivity, oxidative stress and much more.

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Autophagy

Autophagy
VOLUME 34 NO 2 April 2012


Features include mammalian autophagy, signals controlling autophagy and much more.

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Drug Discovery

Drug Discovery
VOLUME 34 NO 1 February 2012


How do you set out finding a cure for a disease? What do you do when you have found it? The Biochemist answers these questions in a specials issue on drug discovery.

 

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The Science of Sensation

The science of sensation
VOLUME 33 NO 6 December 2011


The latest issue of The Biochemist explores the science of sensation – how we perceive the world about us. The features in the magazine were commissioned by a special editorial team of students from Brandeis University, USA.

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Biochemistry in China

Biochemistry in China
VOLUME 33 NO 5 October 2011

 

The latest issue of The Biochemist celebrates the past, present and future of biochemistry in China.

 

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