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The (British Science) Week in Westminster 
15.03.2019
This week has been extraordinary for UK politics and for the STEM community in particular, with key Brexit votes, a spring statement covering PhD and researcher visas and the ever-popular Voice of the Future and STEM for Britain events, providing an opportunity for Biochemical Society members to spend time in Parliament on this dramatic week. 
   
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Society Publishers' Coalition publishes its consultation response on Plan S
28.02.2019

The Society Publishers' Coalition (SPC) has responded to the call for feedback on Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S.  The SPC's consultation response. released today, is signed by the Biochemical Society and Portland Press alongside other learned societies and sets out the position of its 12 signatories in relation to the implementation of Plan S. 
   
Biochem Society favicon Biochemical Society announces Diversity in Science Grant winners - 2018
01.02.2019
The Biochemical Society is committed to ensuring equal opportunities in the molecular biosciences. We believe that a lack of diversity across the scientific community represents a loss of potential talent to the UK.
   
 Biochem Society favicon The Biochemical Society responds to the Government’s Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance
24.01.2019
The Government has today published its five-year action plan and 20-year vision to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
   
 Biochem Society favicon The Biochemical Society responds to the UK Government's Immigration White Paper 2018
19.12.2018
Today saw the release of the Government’s long awaited Immigration White Paper which sets out proposals for the UK’s future immigration system. Calling it the ‘UK’s future skills-based immigration system’, the paper signifies the end of the free movement of people between the UK and the EEA and instead proposes a single immigration system to be used by people across the world who wish to live, work and study in the UK.
   

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

UK Government draft Industrial Strategy announced
23.01.17

The Government’s Industrial Strategy was set out today by the Prime Minister, with a strong focus on science, research and innovation as well as on developing skills. 



The 2017 Eisenthal Prize winner
12.02.18 
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Abbie Curd from Birkbeck, University of London, has been awarded the Eisenthal Prize.
The 2017 Eisenthal Prize winner
12.02.18 
The Biochemical Society is pleased to announce that Abbie Curd from Birkbeck, University of London, has been awarded the Eisenthal Prize.

2018 Science Communication Competition winners announced
06.06.18 
The winners of the 2018 Science Communication Competition have been announced. 
2018 Science Communication Competition winners announced
06.06.18 
The winners of the 2018 Science Communication Competition have been announced. 

New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.
New scheme for overseas researchers to come to the UK
06.07.18

UK Research and Innovation has announced a new ‘UKRI-Science Research and Academia’ scheme, which allows non-EEA researchers, scientists and academics to come to the UK for up to two years.

UK Government releases guidance on how to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
24.08.18

Yesterday, 23 August, the UK Government released a collection of guidance papers on how to prepare for Brexit in the event of a no-deal. 
UK Government releases guidance on how to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
24.08.18

Yesterday, 23 August, the UK Government released a collection of guidance papers on how to prepare for Brexit in the event of a no-deal. 


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