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The latest news from the Biochemical Society


  The Society announces its new Trustees for 2019
03.08.18

Following the Annual General Meeting on 26 July, the Society is pleased to introduce two newly elected Trustees who will join the Council of Trustees from 2019.

  2020 Biochemical Society Awards now open
01.08.18
Nominations have now opened for the 2020 Biochemical Society Awards - these prestigious awards recognize established researchers as well as scientists in the early stages of their career.

  The European Court of Justice rules that plant genome editing techniques will be included in the GMO directive
25.07.18
The European Court of Justice has today ruled that ‘Organisms obtained by mutagenesis techniques are GMOs and are, in principle, subject to the obligations laid down by the GMO directive’. 

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UK Government announces anti-lobbying clause research exemptions

Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement

UK Government draft Industrial Strategy announced
23.01.17

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. 



The 2017 Eisenthal Prize winner
12.02.18 
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Abbie Curd from Birkbeck, University of London, has been awarded the Eisenthal Prize.
The 2017 Eisenthal Prize winner
12.02.18 
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Abbie Curd from Birkbeck, University of London, has been awarded the Eisenthal Prize.

2018 Science Communication Competition winners announced
06.06.18 
The winners of the 2018 Science Communication Competition have been announced. 
2018 Science Communication Competition winners announced
06.06.18 
The winners of the 2018 Science Communication Competition have been announced. 

New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.







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