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Biochemical Society statement regarding the EU Referendum

The outcome of the EU Referendum will undoubtedly have a considerable impact upon the molecular bioscience community, and the greater science sector. In line with charity legislation and the recent regulatory guidance for charities on engagement with the EU referendum, the Trustees of the Biochemical Society will not take a position on either outcome during the campaigning period.

  Review of antimicrobial resistance presents global action plan       19.5.16
A review on antimicrobial resistance by Lord Jim O’Neill sets out a comprehensive action plan for the world to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, develop new rapid diagnostics tools and incentivize research into new antibiotics.


  Concordat on Openness on Animal Research celebrates second anniversary
The Biochemical Society is one of 100 signatories of the Concordat on Openness on Animal Research, a commitment to be as open as possible with the wider public about the involvement of animals in scientific, medical and veterinary research in the UK. 

  UK Government announces anti-lobbying clause research exemptions
The Department for Business, Innovation and Science (BIS) have confirmed their intention to exclude core research funders from the new anti-lobbying clause in government grants.

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