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Research Area II - Molecular Structure and Function
...Research Area II covers the broad areas of nucleic acids, proteins, membranes, lipids, lipoproteins, molecular modelling of mechanisms, enzymes, rational drug design, carbohydrates, molecular interactions.
Research Area V - Signalling
...Research Area V covers the broad areas of receptors, ion channels, endocrine systems, cytokines, cell cycle, cell growth and differentiation, cell adhesion, second messengers, kinases, phosphatases, lipid mediators, post-translational modifications, transcription/translation, nuclear interactions, nuclear receptors, pre-and post-synaptic signalling, protein phosphorylation, G-proteins, scaffolds, drug discovery, molecular pharmacology, computer-aided drug design and redox signalling.
...Information, resources and support for people considering an undergraduate degree or doing an undergraduate degree in molecular bioscience.
...Find out how the Society represents and supports molecular bioscientists working across a range of sectors within life sciences industry.
...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.
What we have funded
...View a selection of reports from previous grant recipients to gain inspiration and see what we have supported throughout the year.
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.
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.