Chemistry Biology Interface Division
The Chemistry Biology Interface Division (CBID) is open to all RSC members and provides a society wide grouping for RSC members working at the boundary between chemistry and biology.
The Division aims to improve interdisciplinary research at the chemistry-biology interface, promote the importance of this area to the government and represent the interests of its affiliated RSC subject groups.
CBID activities include workshops (both topical and policy-orientated) and strategic reports. Workshops are ideal events to promote areas of research that are not so well established or where chemical scientists and biologists are not maximising opportunities to collaborate.
Council members, strategy and minutes
Join the RSC, information updates and RSC group handbook
CBID remit, activities, interest groups and other related links
Events of interest to the Chemical Biology Interface Division and Biosciences community
Funding available from RSC Divisions
Funds from RSC Divisions to support activities run by their members
Support for PhD students and post-doctoral researchers to attend conferences and workshops that will benefit them professionally
Chemistry Biology Interface Division In Focus
19 - 21 September 2012, University of Nottingham, UK
A full list of winners of RSC Prizes and Awards in chemical biology
The Division is keen to offer financial support for regional meetings that promote discussion and collaboration in key areas of the chemistry biology interface.