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Public Engagement and Outreach Activities
...A range of downloadable activities and resources on different themes in molecular bioscience that can be used for public engagement, outreach and education.
Planning Your Activity
...Tips, considerations and resources for planning your own effective public engagement or outreach activity.
Funding for larger projects
...Criteria and guidance on applying for up to £5000 of funding for a scientific outreach or public engagement project, including ideas for the types of projects that can be funded.
Funding for smaller projects
...Criteria and guidance on applying for up to £1000 of funding for a scientific outreach or public engagement project, including ideas for the types of projects that can be funded.
Scientific Outreach Grants
...Scientific Outreach Grants offer funding of up to £1000 or up to £5000 to support public engagement and outreach activities in the biosciences.
...We have developed public engagement and outreach resources on topics in the molecular biosciences, for anyone to use. The Society offers grants, prizes and support to science communicators and those engaging the public in bioscience.
Science Communication Prize
...Each year, we celebrate outstanding science communicators with an annual Science Communication Prize. Find out about the prize and our 2022 winners.
...Our education resources and initiatives aim to support the next generation of biochemists and provide opportunities for people of all ages to explore and discuss the issues raised by developments in molecular bioscience.
Biochemical Society launches new website
...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.
Key themes from the Biochemical Society’s Strategy Retreat
...The strategy retreat represented an opportunity to consider the key opportunities and challenges in the year ahead and brought together vital input from representative cohorts within our community, including early career researchers, editors of the Society’s journals and representatives from industry.