The aim of the Society is to promote the advancement of the science of Biochemistry. It will do so in the context of cellular and molecular life sciences as a seamless continuum.
Opportunities will be provided for members to exchange opinions and discuss matters relating to research connected with cellular and molecular life sciences.
The Society will hold appropriate scientific meetings and publish relevant scientific material, either on its own or with others.
The Society will seek close co-operation with related societies to enhance its effectiveness in scientific and cost terms. It will work towards the establishment of an umbrella organization to cover learned society aspects of cellular and molecular life sciences.
The Society will address the expected general trends in Biochemistry as a subject during the next decade and evaluate how the Biochemical Society is placed to respond.
The Society will not distinguish between the public and private sectors in promoting cellular and molecular life sciences.