The Society is deeply saddened by the passing of Honorary member Roger Tsien

The energetic and inspiring Roger Tsien will be greatly missed by The Society, and the scientific world. He is most famous for creating a vital research tool from green fluorescent protein. This work earned him a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2008. The decades of research he conducted changed the course of visualisation in molecular biology. Tsien served as professor of pharmacology, chemistry, and biochemistry at UC San Diego's medical school for 27 years, and his passing is sad and sudden news.

Obituary to follow in Physiology News.