Online now: June/July issue of ASBMB Today
June 17, 2013 — In the summer issue of ASBMB Today, we explore the mysteries of spider pheromones with a Q&A with Stefan Schulz. ASBMB President Jeremy Berg reviews the National Institutes of Health’s BRAIN initiative. And contributor Lola Olufemi offers ideas for reducing laboratory expenses. Meanwhile, in this month’s installment of the special essay series “Derailed but Undeterred,” Bethany Brookshire, a blogger for Scientific American more commonly known by the moniker Scicurious, writes about her experience with imposter syndrome. As a reminder, ASBMB Today will resume monthly publication in August. Read the June/July issue.
2013 UAN Undergraduate Research Award Recipients
June 13, 2013 -- The ASBMB Undergraduate Affiliates Network is pleased to announce our 2013 Undergraduate Research Award recipients. The annual UAN Undergraduate Research Award provides funding for reagents, supplies and other consumable that are needed to support the work of an undergraduate member working in an ASBMB member lab. More...
ASBMB Member Robert Lefkowitz awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Oct. 10, 2012 -- Two American scientists, ASBMB member Robert J. Lefkowitz and Brian K. Kobilka won the Nobel Prize in chemistry Wednesday for their work revealing protein receptors that tell cells what is going on in and around the human body. Their achievements have allowed drug makers to develop medication with fewer side effects. More...
2012 Lasker Awards Honor Scientists For Groundbreaking Medical Research
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Sept. 10, 2012 — The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, which for 67 years has championed the greatest advances in medical research, announced today the winners of the 2012 Lasker Awards: Michael Sheetz, James Spudich and Ronald Vale for basic medical research, Roy Calne and Thomas E. Starzl for clinical research, and Donald D. Brown and Thomas Maniatis for special achievement. More...