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Now Available for Download: 2014 Spring issue

2014 Spring EnzymaticApril 10, 2014 -- In the Spring 2014 issue of Enzymatic, Amanda Biederman explores how greater access to information and social media are changing science and who can be a scientist. Several UAN chapters share their experiences in the first national UAN Week of Outreach. Yeshiva University hosted an educational event for high school students on medical ethics. Alice Trye (Marymount Manhattan College) writes about women and minorities in science and the challenges presented to them. Ajay Major (Albany Medical College) provides a guide on how to find the best fish taco while in San Diego for the ASBMB Annual Meeting. All of our Annual Meeting travel award winners and Honor Society inductees are also celebrated for their accomplishments. Weiyi Zhao offers insight on Professional Science Master's degrees and the opportunities they can provide. Natasha Brooks from the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Texas shares her career path and why she decided to leave bench science. Celeste Peterson and her students review The Epigenetics Revolution by Nessa Carey. Click here to download a copy.