The Biochemical Society archive contains records dating back to 1911, an audio-visual collection including over 80 hours of videotape material of extended interviews with eminent biochemists and the complete laboratory notebooks of the double-Nobel laureate Fred Sanger.

A considerable proportion of the archive is housed and managed by the Wellcome Library, London. Artefacts, chemicals and scientific instruments form part of the Biochemical Society Collection which is housed at the Science Museum in South Kensington, London.

Search the Biochemical Society’s Archive collection online database, which currently held by the Wellcome Library in London.

Find out more about the Biochemical Society Centenary and the celebratory activities that took place throughout 2011.

Search an online archive of video interviews providing a valuable insight in the lives and research of eminent biochemists.

Find out more about the Biochemical Society History. Three separate publications provide a fascinating account of the Society since its formation.