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The Biochemical Society’s journals are published by Portland Press.  Portland Press works in partnership with researchers and professionals to share knowledge and advance the molecular biosciences. As an independent society publisher, we are a strong voice supporting an international community. Wholly owned by the Biochemical Society, all of our profits contribute to the Society’s charitable endeavours, promoting the future of molecular biology and the wider life sciences.

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Research Journals

For over 100 years, the Biochemical Journal has been at the forefront of biochemical advancement, breaking new ground in the fields of biochemistry, cellular biosciences, and molecular biology. The Biochemical Journal publishes research that goes beyond observational work, articulating new insights and deepening the wider community’s understanding of biological processes. 

Chair of the Editorial Board: David Carling (MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences, UK)

Translating molecular bioscience and experimental research into medical insights, papers published in Clinical Science cover a range of topics, including the cardiovascular system and vascular biology, genomic medicine, inflammation, nephrology, hepatology, and the respiratory system.

Editor-in-Chief: Rhian M. Touyz (University of Glasgow, UK)

Providing a platform for valid findings and data, Bioscience Reports is a fully Open Access journal publishing sound scientific research in all areas of cell biology and the molecular life sciences. Assessed on soundness alone, accepted papers are published under the liberal CC BY license. 

Editor-in-Chief: Wanjin Hong (Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore)

Publishing high-quality molecular and cellular neuroscience research, Neuronal Signaling provides the ideal Open Access platform for a variety of neuroscientific disciplines, including basic signaling interests (such as neurotransmitters and receptors) and signaling aspects of pathologies.

Editor-in-Chief: Aideen Sullivan (University College Cork, Ireland)          

Review Journals

Providing a timely snapshot of the latest developments, Biochemical Society Transactions is a fully commissioned journal publishing mini-reviews from across all areas of the molecular and cellular biosciences.

 



Editor-in-Chief: Colin Bingle (University of Sheffield, UK)

Highlighting key contemporary topics in biochemistry, Essays in Biochemistry is a fully commissioned journal that brings together reviews from leading experts.  From antimicrobial resistance to the biological mechanisms of ageing, themed issues are guest edited by key opinion leaders, offering up-to-date summaries of changing specialist research areas.

Editor-in-Chief: Nigel Hooper (University of Manchester, UK

Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of life science research, Emerging Topics in Life Sciences is a fully commissioned journal jointly owned by the Royal Society of Biology and the Biochemical Society. Guest edited by leading experts, themed issues focus on new, or growing, key topics, keeping readers up-to-date with the latest advances from across the life sciences. 

Editor-in-Chief: Colin Kleanthous (University of Oxford, UK)

 

The official magazine of the Biochemical Society, The Biochemist is an essential read for anyone interested in the fundamental processes of molecular biology, health, and disease. Published bi-monthly, themed issues keep readers up-to-date with news and views on issues of relevance to the molecular bioscience community.

Science Editor: Chris Willmott (University of Leicester, UK)

Contributors

If you are keen to contribute to the magazine and have an idea for a proposed article then please email the Editor to discuss it further.  Articles in the magazine are published under an open access licence