BBS Biennial Meeting 2018

BBS Biennial Meeting 2018

The 2018 BBS biennial meeting is being held at the University of Southampton, on 11-13th July. The meeting will feature an exciting programme of scientific seminars and poster sessions across a wide range of biophysical areas and techniques: Cell Membranes, Cell interior, The whole cell, Delivery into the Cell and Emerging Imaging Technologies. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to submit their abstracts, as approximately 50% of all talks will be selected from the submitted abstracts.

2018 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics

2018 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics

Professor Elspeth Garman, University of Oxford is the first recipient of the 2018 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics from the BBS. Elspeth is being awarded the prize for her outstanding contributions to our understanding of radiation damage, which has contributed to the improvement of X-ray crystallography and structural biology. The Prize will be presented to Professor Garman after her Prize Lecture at the British Biophysical Society Biennial Meeting at University of Southampton (11-13 July, 2018)
2018 BBS Young Investigator

2018 BBS Young Investigator

 Lorna Dougan will be presented with the 2018 BBS young investigator award during the BBS Biennial meeting at Southampton for her research on the physics of living systems, including single molecule manipulation, life in extreme environments and the physics of cryopreservation.

Symposium on Current Trends in Soluble and Membrane Protein Biophysics

Symposium on Current Trends in Soluble and Membrane Protein Biophysics

The British Biophysical Society and the Belgian Biophysical Society are organising a joint two-day Meeting at the Palais des Académies, Brussels. Thursday 22nd – Friday 23rd February 2018.

2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for CryoEM

2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for CryoEM

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 was awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson "for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution". The British Biophysical Society is delighted with the announcement that Richard Henderson in one of the recipients for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry this year. The revolution in cryo-electron microscopy has really excited biophysicists in the last few years, and it’s great to see it recognised by the Nobel committee.
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