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Biochemical Society

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The Biochemical Society promotes the future of molecular biosciences; facilitating the sharing of expertise, supporting the advancement of biochemistry and molecular biology, and raising awareness of the importance in addressing societal grand challenges.

They achieve their mission by:

  • Bringing together molecular biologists

  • Supporting career development and lifelong learning

  • Encouraging wider dialogue and working collaboratively across and beyond our community

  • Promoting and sharing knowledge

  • Promoting the importance of our discipline and through this, the broader life sciences

  • Continuing to ensure sustainable support for the advancement of science.

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Our work together

Biochemical Society kindly sponsored us with a grant of £1000 for Outreach events regarding molecular biology in 2021 which has been and still is extremely helpful for our team of volunteers for unrestricted outreach projects!

Opportunities with the society

There are many benefits from our sponsorship by the Biochemical Society:

  • Access to journals - the society publish several journals with topics such as Clinical Science, Neuronal Signalling, Biochemistry and other emerging topics in Life Sciences

  • Career guidance - their careers page is very helpful and has a lot of cool tips on becoming a biochemist!

  • Volunteering with the society - if you want to do even more outreach work and our opportunities aren't enough, you can also get involved with the Biochemical Society's own outreach projects.

  • Science Communication Prize - be in with the chance to win a cash prize, a mentoring opportunity with a judge, and have your work published in The Biochemist by entering into the Science Communication Prize competition. Submit a written piece (<1500 words) or 2-5 minute video/audio clip with a bioscience theme aimed at the general public

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