Awards 2025: Biochemical Society Awards
BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY AWARDS
This award was initially introduced in 2001 with the intention of widening recognition of excellence to span more diverse fields of endeavour within, or related to, the molecular biosciences.
In 2022, the remit of this Award was widened to accept nominations in two categories: ‘Significant Breakthrough or Achievement’ and ‘Sustained Excellence’. Biochemical Society Awards are now presented annually to individuals, teams, and organizations.
The recipient is given:
A grant to attend a relevant event or training course
A trophy or medal
The opportunity to present a lecture at a Society event or webinar
An invitation to submit an article to one of our Biochemical Society Journals, published by Portland Press, with any fees waived
Open to all fields of endeavour within, or related to, the molecular biosciences
Nominations are welcomed for two categories: ‘Significant breakthrough or achievement’ and ‘Sustained Excellence’
Nominees must demonstrate commitment to build, support, and nurture future talent
Nominees would typically be mid-career to senior
Open to nominees based in the UK or internationally
This award is open to individuals, teams, and organisations
The Awards Committee will consider the following aspects of all nominations for the Biochemical Society Awards as appropriate:
Originality of research
Impact and scope of research
Quality of outputs – publications and/or patents and/or software
Commitment to build, support, and nurture future talent e.g., mentorship
Other indicators of esteem demonstrated by the nominator
For full details on this and how to nominate a candidate for a Biochemical Society Award, please click here.