FEBS is one of the largest organizations in European life sciences. FEBS seeks to promote, encourage and support biochemistry, molecular cell biology, molecular biophysics and related areas, particularly in Europe and neighbouring regions. It publishes four scientific journals and funds an Annual Congress, Medals and Prizes, Research Fellowships, Advanced Courses, Workshops, Special Meetings and Travel Grants. FEBS also promotes scientific aid to disadvantaged economies, and action on education, women in science, science and society, and research funding.
News from FEBS
Brief announcements about FEBS programmes, events and publications can be found on our News page. Recent postings include announcements of the winners of the 2013 FEBS Journal Prize for Young Scientists and the 2013 FEBS Letters Young Group Leader Award, as well as updates on the FEBS Congress in St Petersburg.
Latest Virtual and Special Issues
FEBS has twin commitments to high-quality publications and the promotion of molecular biosciences. For authors and readers, our four journals offer high-quality peer review, fast refereeing decisions, rapid publication, wide dissemination, open access options and many innovative features. In addition, revenue from the journals provides an essential income stream to fund our diverse range of activities to support and advance research and education in the molecular biosciences. Read more
Information on FEBS activities can be accessed from the tabs across the top of this home page, or via the quick links below:
Fellowships Advanced Courses Congress Education (Education platform: click here) Science and Society Women in Science Young Scientists Forum Integration FEBS 3+ meetings National Lectures Prizes Publications