Paywalls have become the scourge of this intrepid desk-chair policy officer, and I sometimes find myself reminiscing about my former university libraries with their vast range of journal subscriptions and inter-library loans, which together made paywalls seemingly non-existent. Continue reading Open access: what’s all the fuss about?
Cancer is arguably the most well-studied disease in modern medicine – and yet, tackling it still represents an immense challenge for scientists across the world. Continue reading The New Era of Cancer Treatment: ‘Living Drugs’
The 44th FEBS Congress was held in Krakow, Poland this year, and I’d been fortunate to win sponsorship from the Biochemical Society. Continue reading A Cracking Time in Krakow – thoughts from the 19th YSF and 44th FEBS Congress
We are pleased to announce the winners of our Science Communication Competition 2019. Now in its ninth year, the competition attracts entries from all over the world which are reviewed by our panel of expert judges. The competition asks entrants to create an engaging, creative article or video explaining biomolecular topics to the general public. Continue reading Science Communication Competition 2019 – Winners Announced