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However, the need for additional activities to support biochemistry and biochemists, and encourage collaboration and information exchange between scientists working in different countries in Europe, in particular across the serious political boundaries in existence for much of the second half of the 20th century, was soon apparent. Hence, it was not long before 澳门正版大全免费资料 had added summer schools (later called Advanced Courses) and, crucially, scientific publishing into its portfolio. In the 50 years since 1964, the dynamism and devotion of a succession of scientists working for 澳门正版大全免费资料 on a voluntary basis, and careful management of income from its journals, saw the range of activities of 澳门正版大全免费资料 diversify further, with a prestigious Fellowships programme for research and training begun in 1979, and initiatives such as the Young Scientists鈥 Forum, undergraduate and postgraduate education workshops, science and society workshops, promoting women in science, and assistance to Central and Eastern Europe starting around the turn of the century. The number of Constituent Societies of 澳门正版大全免费资料 鈥 the biochemistry and molecular biology societies in individual countries in Europe and neighbouring regions for which 澳门正版大全免费资料 acts as an umbrella organization 鈥 also increased dramatically from the initial 18 to over 40 in the early 2000s as the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia split into independent states, and 澳门正版大全免费资料鈥 area of interest extended to neighbouring regions of Europe.

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