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This page is the one-stop resource for all current Biophysical Society members to stay up-to-date on submission deadlines, important events, and opportunities available to members only.


 

Spring 2015 Application Now Open - Deadline April 15, 2015

Do you have an idea for hosting a local networking event for current and potential Biophysical Society members? The Membership Committee has a mini-grant opportunity, which will provide up to $500 to help you host an event. The venue and format of the event are up to you—we are looking for creative ideas that will promote interactions between members and non-members interested in biophysics and the Society. For example, the grant could provide food and beverages for guests attending a presentation by a local biophysicist you recruit. All current Society members inside and outside of the US are eligible to apply.

  • To apply to host a new networking event, please click HERE
  • To apply for a mini-grant renewal, please click HERE

 Nominate a Colleague for a BPS Award


Do you know Society members who have made a significant contribution to biophysics? Nominate them for one of the eight 2015 Biophysical Society Awards. The deadline is May 1. For more information about each award, visit the Society website.
  

Give a Biophysics Award at Your Local Science Fair


Interested in helping the next generation learn about biophysics? Volunteer to judge at your local science fair and choose a student to win an award for the best biophysics-related project. BPS will provide funding for a student award for every regional or state fair where a BPS member wishes to judge and choose a winner. Award amounts are typically $100. Fill out this form to have BPS sponsor an award at your local fair. Contact April Murphy at amurphy@biophysics.org with questions. 



Know your member benefits!

Society Members receive FREE access to BJ Online and members who publish in BJ pay $30-$60 less PER PAGE than do non-members.To submit a paper or access BJ online, visit the Biophysical Journal homepage. 


Login to gain M2M access and more.

Society Members can use the Member to Member (M2M) feature to not only search by subgroups, techniques and categories but also send messages to other member colleagues and/or schedule meetings with those.