We are delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s Hooke Medal is Andrew McAinsh, from the University of Warwick. He will be presented with his medal and give a medal lecture at the annual BSCB meeting, Dynamic Cell III, in Manchester, 19-21st March 2018. Andrew McAinsh’s lab is focused on understanding how chromosomes […]
There are a couple of excellent opportunities for you to influence the society. Please consider nominating any excellent Cell Biologists you know for either the Hooke Medal or the Women in Cell Biology Medal. For more details or to make a nomination, please contact the BSCB secretary, Dr Vas Ponnambalam. We are looking for content […]
For the 2018 Spring meeting, the BSCB is teaming up with the Biochemical Society to bring you “Dynamic Cell III”. This is the long-awaited sequel to “Dynamic Cell”, held in Edinburgh in the Spring of 2009 and “Dynamic Cell II”, held as an Autumn meeting in Cambridge in 2014. Dynamic Cell III will take place […]
Just one week left until the abstract deadline for the British Association for Cancer Research conference below: 14th to 16th June 2017 Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK OVERVIEW: Tumour growth and metastasis is critically dependent on the interaction between tumour cells and their surrounding environment. Knowledge of the role of the tumour micro-environment has been […]
It’s the perfect time of year to bring a smile to your face by reminding yourself just how beautiful Cell Biology can be. We’re currently accepting entries for our annual imaging competition. Details of how to enter and our lovely cash prizes can be found here and you can seek inspiration from last year’s winning […]
The BSCB are delighted to announce that the winner of the Hooke medal for 2017 is Ewa Paluch. Ewa is Professor of Cell Biophysics and MRC programme leader at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, University College London, and head of the Institute for the Physics of Living Systems. Many congratulations! The Hooke medal […]
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2017 Women in Cell Biology Medal is Victoria Sanz Moreno. Many congratulations. Dr Sanz Moreno is based at the Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King’s college, London and will deliver her medal lecture at the BSCB/BSDB joint spring meeting.
The BSCB now accepts applications to provide financial help with childcare or care for dependents when the applicant is presenting at a Cell Biology-related scientific meeting. Full details are here.
Good news for all BSCB members, we are increasing the value of the Honor Fell Travel Awards. From now on, members can claim up to £500 to attend meetings in the UK and Europe, and up to £750 for meetings in the USA/other parts of the world. Other eligibility criteria, such as being a member […]
The 2016 BSCB Science Writing Prize was won by Girisaran Gangnatharan. You can now read his winning entry here.