We’re delighted to share the launch of our brand new website, which more fully showcases the breadth of our activities, resources, and the support we provide for the molecular bioscience community.
Launched in partnership with the leading digital agency, Cantarus, our new site provides a more visual and intuitive platform for our community, with enhanced navigation and search functions aiding discoverability of the most relevant content. Incorporating greater accessibility and an enriched user experience, the new site supports our strategic objectives and represents an important step in our commitment to digital transformation, as outlined in our three-year strategy.
With all-new display of key content offerings and wholly revised sections for previously underserved areas, the new site more thoroughly reflects our diverse programme of scientific meetings and training events, grants and awards, publications, educational resources, policy work, public engagement, and much more.
Serving our goals to promote and share knowledge, support career development and lifelong engagement, and bring together molecular bioscientists and encourage wider dialogue, we hope our community finds enhanced value in this new online platform. We encourage you to explore the site in full and discover content from across our extensive range of activities.
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