60 years of Biophysics in Britain

60 years of Biophysics in Britain The British Biophysical Society (BBS) is 60 years old this year. We are celebrating with the BBS 60th Anniversary Meeting, the inauguration of a new prize (the BBS Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize) and this - a brief history of our roots and progress as a learned society.

2020 Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize

2020 Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize The 2020 BBS Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize is awarded to Daniel Hurdiss (Utrecht University) for his structural studies of non-enveloped viruses associated with human diseases.

2020 Louise Johnson Early Career Award

2020 Louise Johnson Early Career Award The BBS Louise Johnson Early Career Award is awarded to Séamus Holden (University of Newcastle) for his work applying ground-breaking concepts in optical microscopy to study bacterial cell biophysics.

2020 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics

2020 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics The BBS 2020 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics is awarded to John Christodoulou (University College London, Birkbeck College London, and The Francis Crick Institute); for his original and influential contributions to the advancement of biomolecular NMR and the biophysical analysis of protein folding on the ribosome.

In Memory of Chris Dobson

We are sad to note the BBS Honorary member Chris Dobson has passed away after a relatively short illness with cancer. The London NMR forum meeting on the 26th Sept will be held in his memory.

2019 Honorary Members

2019 Honorary Members Cait MacPhee, Chris Tate, and Malcolm Weir are announced as the 2019 BBS Honorary Members.
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