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  Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
23.11.16
The Biochemical Society welcomes the government’s announcement that an extra £2bn will be invested annually in science research and development by 2020-21. We also welcome the government’s commitment to support scientific research and development of technologies through its industrial strategy.

  2017 Biochemical Society Elections: nominations open 
10.11.16

Following the recent review of Biochemical Society governance, the first phase of nominations is now open for the 2017 Biochemical Society Elections, for candidates who wish to stand for the Society’s vacant committee positions.

  2016 Nobel Prizes honour autophagy and molecular machines
6.10.16
With all three science Nobel Prizes unveiled, the Biochemical Society is thrilled to see that the field of molecular bioscience is so well represented.

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Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
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Biochemical Society responds to 2016 Autumn Statement
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