The Biochemical Society has today supported a letter sent by the Campaign for Science and Engineering to the Prime Minister, Theresa May, calling for the government to revise current immigration policies and lift the cap on Tier 2 visas...
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Abbie Curd from Birkbeck, University of London, has been awarded the Eisenthal Prize for her top ranked student report submitted after the completion of one of the Society’s Summer Vacation Studentships.
The Biochemical Society is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in the molecular biosciences. We believe that a lack of diversity across the scientific community represents a loss of potential talent to the UK. As part of our work in...
The Government has today published its five-year action plan and 20-year vision to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
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Diversity within science is essential for ideas, innovation and research to thrive. It has been repeatedly shown that diversity within science leads to broader perspectives, novel thinking, and raising the level of research excellence.
The Society has responded to today's announcement of the Life Sciences sector deal.
The Society welcomes the new Careers Strategy launched today.
The Migration Advisory Committee, MAC, has today published its final report into EEA migration in the UK.
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Dr Chris Willmott, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Leicester is the new Science Editor of The Biochemist in 2018.