The International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, which will be held in Seville from 4 to 9 September, will count with the presence of six Nobel laureates, who will be involved in the plenary sessions of this scientific event that will bring together up to 4,000 scientists in the city. For the first time this Convention one of the most important disciplines of Science today is celebrated in our country.6 Awards Nobel in Seville its frequency is every three years, and in the edition of 2006, in the Japanese city of Kyoto, was approved to perform in Seville the twenty-second edition. Takes over from Shanghai, China, in 2009. The European Federation of societies of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has made match those dates in Seville its annual Congress with the triennial of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. It is estimated that some four thousand scientists from around the world will meet in Fibes. Of them, six are Nobel and several hundred are top-level researchers in their specialties. Each of the six Nobel confirmed in the programme will be one of the 16 plenary sessions. The theme of the Congress is the simple molecule to systems biology.