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Biochemical Society 2025 Awards open for nominations

News, Aug 14 2023

Biochemical Society

We are delighted to announce that nominations for the Biochemical Society’s 2025 Awards are now open. Nominations are welcomed across 13 categories, spanning all career stages from early career researchers to senior scientists, educators, industry partners, support staff and teams.

We strongly encourage nominations that reflect the diversity of the molecular bioscience community, with our Awards programme open to all – you don’t have to be a member to nominate or be nominated!

Timeline for nominations

Submitting a nomination for the Biochemical Society Awards has never been easier; simply complete an initial nomination form outlining how your candidate meets the criteria before 1 November 2023.

Shortlisted nominators will then be contacted to provide the full nomination by 31 January 2024.

How to nominate


Award categories open for nomination
Useful resources
  • Recent Chairs of our Awards Committee, Professor Colin Bingle and Professor Steve Busby, have co-authored a guidance article exploring what to include in a successful nomination. 
  • Gain inspiration from our latest 2024 winners. Each recipient has been recognised for excellence in their field, ranging from CRISPR genetic approaches and epigenetic modification to neuroimaging and mitochondrial biology.
  • Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Colworth Medal, we're hosting a series of dedicated webinars throughout 2023. Catch up on the recordings from part 1 and part 2 or register for free to attend our upcoming sessions in September and October.
  • Our prestigious Colworth Medal recipients have also been interviewed for recent articles in The Biochemist. Find out more about their current research focus.
  • Unsure of which category is the best fit for your nominee? Get in touch with our Awards team for further information.