The Biochemical Society is a global community, founded in 1911, representing the breadth of the molecular biosciences.
Biochemistry is the exploration of life at a fundamental and molecular level, providing the basis for understanding all biological processes. Our diverse programme of scientific meetings and training events, grants and awards, publications, educational resources, policy work and public engagement delivers opportunities to share knowledge and collaborate.
Being part of our community, you will benefit from member-only opportunities that will support your career development and enhance your networks.
Our community groups
The Society’s community is at the heart of all that it does. Find out more about our communities and how we support them and they support us in the delivery of the Society’s mission and activities.
Our committees and members
The Biochemical Society has a range of committees, panels, boards, research areas and theme panels who help drive our activities forwards. Learn more about them below.