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Grants and Funds

General Travel Grants are available after one year's membership for those in postdoctoral years who wish to attend scientific meetings (including IUBMB/FEBS) or make short visits to other laboratories. Contact alison.mcwhinnie@biochemistry.org if you have any queries.

Student Travel Grants: the maximum award for Student Travel Grants is now 150. These grants are available to support attendance at Society Main meetings, Focused meetings and Society sponsored Independent meetings. The applicant must be registered as a Student member of the Society by the closing date for poster abstract submission for that particular meeting. Application forms are included with every issue of The Biochemist. Contact Michelle.Liles@Biochemistry.org if you have any queries.

Harden Conference Bursaries: a limited number of bursaries and a grants to cover the cost of registration are available to assist younger members of the Biochemical Society to attend the conferences. Contact Kay.Miller@Biochemistry.org if you have any questions.

The Krebs Memorial Scholarship, tenable at any British University, helps candidates who wish to proceed to a Ph.D. in Biochemistry - but whose careers have been interrupted for non-academic reasons beyond their control and who are unlikely to qualify for an award from public funds. Enquiries to alison.mcwhinnie@biochemistry.org

The Guildford Bench Methodology Fund fund aims to assist 'non-big-league' investigators in bypassing benchwork bottlenecks. It is akin to the Royal Society of Chemistry's (RSC) Research Fund, but extends to paying for vacation help. Enquiries to alison.mcwhinnie@biochemistry.org

New grants for Local Scientific Events Contact Elizabeth.Dallimore@Biochemistry.org if you need more information



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