Swiss Society for Biochemistry

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Swiss Society for Biochemistry

The Swiss Society for Biochemistry was developed in 1954. Starting now and into the foreseeable future the impact of characteristic science on most fields of bioscience is perseveringly growing. In 2013 the Swiss Society for Biochemistry and the SSCB, Molecular Biology and Genetics united to twist up the SSMCB. The goal of the SSMCB is to develop affiliations and exchanges between young Swiss specialists in Switzerland and abroad sharing an energy for the nuclear and cell biosciences, paying little heed to their particular distinguishing strengths. The Swiss Society for Molecular and Cellular Biosciences in like manner supports inquire about and educating in natural science and biophysics in Switzerland. Finally, the Swiss Society for Biochemistry serves as association between the Swiss biochemical gathering and other European (FEBS) and general affiliations (IUBMB).


To respect the 100-year recognition of the revelation of nucleic acids the Swiss Society for Molecular and Cellular Biosciences (some time prior Swiss Society for Biochemistry) has made the Friedrich-Miescher-Award. The prize is wanted to regard young common scientific experts and is given by the Friedrich-Miescher-Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation in Basel.

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