F. A. Robinson

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The Biochemical Society exists to advance the science of biochemistry through meetings and publications. Eleven meetings a year are held, each at a different place; original papers are presented and special topics are discussed at symposia and colloquia. Persons interested in biochemistry are eligible for election as Members. Details of further facilities(More)
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