The Society of Biological Inorganic Chemistry is a learned society established to advance research and education in the field of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, and to promote popular, industrial and academic understanding. SBIC finances training courses, workshops and conferences to facilitate exchange of information between scientists involved in the research and teaching of Biological Inorganic Chemistry.
SBIC has published the Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry since 1996. Membership entitles you to receive JBIC personally at no extra charge. This includes both the printed journal and access to the electronic version.
Nominations for 2013 SBIC Elections
2013 SBIC Early Career Award winner is Oliver Einsle
Angela Casini from the University of Groningen, The Netherlands wins EUROBIC Medal 2012
IVANO BERTINI 1940-2012
EuroBIC MEDAL for YOUNGER SCIENTISTS
ICBIC 16 at Grenoble, France, Monday July 22-26, 2013