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2014 BSCB Science Writing

The British Society of Cell Biology announces its 2014 Writing Competition for a chance to win £500.  

The winning entry will have the opportunity to be published on the BSCB newsletter and online (website).  

Deadline is on the 14th of February.  

Full entry details can be found at .  

2014 BSCB Image Competition

Fancy seeing your amazing cell images on a glossy cover of a magazine?  

The British Society of Cell Biology launches its 2014 Image Competition for a chance to showcase the beauty of your cell biology research to the cell biology community.  

The winning entries will also be awarded with cash prizes: £200 (1st), £100 (2nd) and £50 (3rd). Deadline is on the 1st of February 2014.  

Full entry details can be found at .

Massive Clearance on PhD Books!

Amazon’s SciBooksDirect is having a massive clearance of Scion’s Methods Express Books.

Almost 80% discount on Whole Genome Amplification, Cell Imaging Bioinformatics, DNA Microarrays, Expression Systems, PCR and Proteomics.

All books are £4.20 and postage costs £2.80.

For more information, visit

Hurry while it lasts!   



Calling proposals for a £1M Neuron-Eranet Call

The Medical Research Council draws the attention of those who are interested in the forthcoming ERA-NET call for European Research Projects on Neuroinflammation.

If you are interested, please visit 

The closing date for outlines is on the 10th of March 2014.  

MRC Neuroinflammation workshop, 10th Feb 2014

The Medical Research Council is holding a workshop in Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation on the 10th of February 2014 at the Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London.


MRC's Neurosciences and Mental Health Board (NMHB) and Infections and Immunity Board (IIB) have recognised Neuroinflammation to be an important area of scientific opportunity that aligns with MRC's strategic objectives in resilience, repair and replacement, and living a long and healthy life. 


The NMHB/IIB workshop aims to stimulate interest in the areas of Inflammation, Immunology and Neurodenegeration, and is particularly aimed to engage early career researchers.

 For further information, please see this link


If you wish to attend, submit an application form ( to by the 9th of January 2014.    

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