Pass the Salt: Join us for ASBMB Journal Club!
The next ASBMB Journal Club is this Wednesday December 18 at 2 PM EST. Join Molecular and Cellular Proteomics author Dietmar Kueltz as he explains how tilapia change protein expression in their gills to accommodate for different concentrations of salt. Read more...
ASBMB Announces 2014 Outreach Seed Grant Recipients
December 12, 2013- ASBMB is proud to announce the winners of our 2014 Outreach Seed Grants. Sponsored by the ASBMB Public Outreach Committee, the grants were made available to help "help fund novel, innovative science outreach programs that require modest financial support in order to get up and running. Read more...
Online now: December 2013 issue of ASBMB Today
Dec. 3, 2013 — The cover story of the December 2013 issue features Hudson Freeze, a winner of the 2013 Golden Goose award for the discovery of Thermus aquaticus. Contributor Thomas E. Schindler offer a heartfelt essay about how his family dealt with a devastating diagnosis for their daughter: stage IV neuroblastoma. (Spoiler alert: His story has a happy ending!) And, just for fun, we collected tweets from biochemistry and molecular biology students about their favorite and zany professors. (Profs, don’t be scared!) Read the December issue.
Online now: November 2013 issue of ASBMB Today
Nov. 1, 2013 — The cover story of the November issue offers a big helping of food for thought. Intrigued by a message on her favorite pizza chain’s packaging, science writer Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay dared to ask the experts, “Is the glycemic index a useful measure of carbohydrate metabolism?” The answer, it seems, depends upon whom you ask. In the education column, members of the ASBMB Research Coordination Network steering committee introduce a forthcoming toolkit for BMB educators. And contributor Mark Stewart writes about the rewards and perils of using crowdfunding to finance research projects. Read the November issue.