The 2016 BSCB Science Writing Prize was won by Girisaran Gangnatharan. You can now read his winning entry here.
This year’s writing competition winner is Girisaran Gangatharan, a PhD student at Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle, Montpellier, France. Many congratulations. Girisaran’s winning entry “Heart Disease: Fishing for a Cure” will be available to read on the BSCB website soon.
The winners of the 2016 imaging competition were announced yesterday at the BSCB/BSDB joint Spring meeting in Warwick. They are: 1st Prize of £200: Anna Franz, School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol. 2nd Prize of £100: Ronan Mellin, MRC Human Genetic Unit, Edinburgh. 3rd Prize of £50: Helen Weavers, School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol. […]
The deadline for this year’s imaging competition will be 29th February (not a misprint: it’s a leap year!). You’ll find details about the competition, previous winners and the prizes up for grabs here.
BSCB members have been offered a €50 discount on registration fees for the 12th International Congress of Cell Biology (ICCB) , which will take place from 21-25 of July, 2016 at the Prague Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic. More details available at http://iccb2016.org or download the pdf here.
The deadline for this year’s BSCB Science Writing Prize will be 14th February 2016. Hopefully easy to remember! For more details and your chance at a £500 prize, click here.
The BSCB now has full organisational membership of the Royal Society of Biology. This entitles all BSCB members to half price membership of the RSB for the first two years.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2016 Women in Cell Biology Medal is Lidia Vasilieva. Many congratulations. Dr Vasilieva is based at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford and will deliver her medal lecture at the BSCB/BSDB joint spring meeting.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2016 Hooke Medal is Thomas Surrey. Many congratulations. Prof. Surrey is based at the Francis Crick Institute and will deliver his medal lecture at the BSCB/BSDB joint spring meeting.
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