The Eric Reid Fund for Methodology is a grant of up to £4000, awarded to members of the Biochemical Society for projects with an emphasis on methodology and a preference for cellular or bioanalytical work. Applicants can use the fund to support research developing new techniques, exploring the application of a known technique in a novel circumstance or for feasibility studies and the Society is pleased to enable researchers to continue to learn new skills.

Here, Alfred Fernández-Castané and Charlotte Clarke-Bland from Aston University, used their grant to purchase the necessary chemicals to run confocal microscopy experiments and more importantly, it has allowed them to start a collaboration.

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