Biochemical Society

The Biochemical Society is a UK-based learned society dedicated to research and education in molecular bioscience and wider life sciences. The Society funds biochemists members worldwide with diverse funding schemes, including outreach, travel, education, and research grants.

Eric Reid Fund for Methodology (biochemistry)

The Eric Reid Fund for Methodology from the Biochemical Society was endowed by a Trust (Guildford Academic Associates) co-founded by Dr Eric Reid, an Emeritus Member of the Society. The Funds supports biochemical methodologies, with a preference for cellular or bioanalytical work. Some examples of how the Fund may be used, include: Developing and applying … Read more

Excellence & Innovation in Anti-Doping Science Grants Program

The Grants Program Supporting excellence & innovation in anti-doping science funded by the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) supports investigators worldwide working on anti-doping research. Current research priorities of the program are: Developing methods of cost-effective testing to detect and deter the use of banned and illegal substances. Developing testing protocols to detect designer substances … Read more

Kekulé Fellowship (chemistry PhD in Germany)

The Kekulé Fellowship from the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie (FCI) funds PhD candidates in Germany working in chemistry or chemistry-related life science research. Applicants should be German or EU nationals in Germany. Students of any nationality who have completed their studies in Germany are also eligible to apply. The Fellowship provides a monthly stipend of … Read more

IUBMB Tang Education Fellowships

The IUBMB Tang Education Fellowships facilitate biochemistry and molecular biology education through supporting exchange of educators in IUBMB regions. The Fellowships may be used to invite educators to their institution or to visit another institution to learn/develop new education methodologies. The applicant must be from one of the IUBMB´s member countries (see full list of countries). … Read more

IUBMB Travel Fellowships (conference travel)

IUBMB´s Travel Fellowships facilitate young (graduate students and postdoctoral fellows) biochemists and molecular biologists´ training by contributing to the cost of attending conferences in the IUBMB region (see full list of countries). The fellowship covers registration costs and a partial contribution to travel costs. There are two application closing dates per year: April 1 and … Read more

IUBMB Mid-Career Research Fellowships (scientific exchange)

IUBMB´s Mid-Career Research Fellowships facilitate scientific exchange by supporting faculty biochemists and molecular biologists to visit another laboratory for specific training purposes. The applicant must be from one of the IUBMB´s member countries (see full list of countries). The Fellowships provide funding of up to 5,000 USD for visits of 1-2 months in duration. There are … Read more

IUBMB Wood-Whelan Research Fellowships (Scientific Exchange)

IUBMB´s Wood-Whelan Research Fellowships facilitate scientific exchange by sponsoring young (graduate students / junior researchers under the age of 35) biochemists and molecular biologists´ visit to another laboratory for specific training purposes. The applicant must be from one of the IUBMB´s member countries (see full list of countries). The Fellowship provides up to 4000 USD funding … Read more

Micro-Grant Anti-Doping Science

The Micro-Grants funded by the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) seeks to facilitate high quality research projects that address immediate gaps in anti-doping science knowledge or to provide funding for preliminary studies that would enable researchers to apply for further research funding. The proposed research project should require less than 75,000 USD in funding. There … Read more

Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program (chemistry research USA)

The Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program from the The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation recognizes the research and teaching careers of talented young faculty in the chemical sciences in the USA. Nominees are typically based at PhD-granting, research universities. Each university may nominate one nominee per year. The Award provides an unrestricted research grant of 100,000 USD.