Back to Previous Page
Showing results for:
Event - Scientific meeting
Drug repurposing II 2022
10 May -
...Drug repurposing aims to find novel therapeutic uses for existing drugs that have been approved or investigated. The approach has gained significant interest in the scientific community as well as the general public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which highlighted not only immense opportunities but also challenges in repurposing efforts.
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.
BEIS returns £1.6bn of promised Horizon Europe funding to Treasury
...The Government released its Central Government Supply Estimates 2022-23, detailing that £1.6 billion of funds described as ‘unused funding for Horizon and Euratom participation fees’ have been returned to the Treasury by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy,
International HPV Awareness Day 2023
...In recognition of International HPV Awareness Day 2023 on 4 March, we're pleased to bring together relevant content from our publications and events from across the broader sector.
International Women's Day
...In recognition of International Women’s Day on 8 March, we're pleased to bring together relevant content from our publications and highlight available resources.
How to nominate
...Find out how to nominate an outstanding individual, team, or organization for a Biochemical Society Award!
...This page describes the organisations the Biochemical Society partners with in its policy work, describing the work that they do and examples of how the Society work together with them.
...This page describes the Biochemical Society's policy work, including people and partner organisations, different policy projects and workstreams, and key policy themes.
The Centenary Award
... The Centenary Award is awarded annually to a molecular bioscientist based on the impact of their research and a demonstrable commitment to build, support, and nurture talent within the scientific community.
Student Opportunities Grants
...Grants of between £50-£100 are available to assist students with extracurricular, molecular bioscience-based projects that enable them to develop skills and boost their CV.
Ambassador Recruitment Grants
...Biochemical Society Ambassadors are able to apply for up to £200 funding to support an event that raises the Biochemical Society's profile and encourages membership.