Biochemical Society

Deadline: 24/05/2002
September 29, 2003

The Colworth Medal
Awarded annually for outstanding research by a young British biochemist under the age of 35 by the 1 January of the year for which the award is made.

The Novartis Medal and Prize
This medal is awarded annually in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development of any branch of biochemistry. The award is for work carried out in the UK but is open to candidates of any nationality, subject to nomination.

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Contact: Sheila Mills
Address: Biochemical Society
59 Portland Place
London
W1B 1QW

Telephone: 020 7299 4441
Email: sheila.mills@biochemistry.org

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