Biochemical Society

Cambridge, UK - 6 Followers

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Interested GeographiesUK, Western Europe, Southern Africa, Eastern Europe, North America Interested Industries Medical & Pharma, Industrial Engineering, Science & Research, Business Services, Education & Training, Environment & Waste, IT & Technology, Arts & Crafts
Events Participated76 Organized, 6 Exhibited Representatives1
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Biochemical Society is an association that endorses the progression of the Molecular Biosciences. This association thus deals with all the professionals working in this field. This association was established in the year of 1911, in the United Kingdom. Mr. Chris Kirk is the Chief Executive of this highly respected organization which has its main office at London. This non profit organization would organize conferences such as From beads on a string to the pearls of regulation, the structure and dynamics of chromatin and Synthetic biology, design and engineering through understanding. These conferences are related to the researches of the new technologies and information in the realms of biochemistry, such as stem cell technology, plant reproduction, neuronal disease, bionanotechnology and many others.

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Jun, 2020

Current Trends in Drug Discovery Conference

London, United Kingdom #Medical
24th - 27th
Jun, 2020

Biennial International LRRK2 Meeting

Lille, France #Medical
06th - 09th
Jul, 2020

Small G proteins in cellular signalling and disease

Liverpool, United Kingdom #Medical #Science
21st - 25th
Sep, 2020

Harden Conference: Single-molecule bacteriology

Steventon, United Kingdom #Science
09th - 13th
May, 2021

FEBS3+ Meeting: Harden Conference

Alicante, Spain #Medical #Science

Biochemical Society as Event Organizer

FLAGSHIP EVENTSmall G proteins in cellular signalling and disease
POPULARThe Keap1 Nrf2 Pathway in Health and Disease
POPULARNew Developments in Protein Structure Modelling for Biological and Clinical Research