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ASBMB Announces Winners of POC-UAN Outreach Grants

UAN crop logoJuly 18, 2014- ASBMB is happy to announce that seven UAN chapters have been awarded funding to pursue outreach activities in their local communities. Read more



Online now: June-July 2014 issue of ASBMB Today

Cover of the June/July 2012 issue of ASBMB TodayJuly 2, 2014 — In the cover story of the latest issue of ASBMB Today, science writer Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay explores a longstanding controversy over how much vitamin D is enough for good health. While the Institute of Medicine raised the recommended daily intake to 600 IUs in 2011, some say the limit should be increased more in light of mounting (but not yet conclusive) evidence that vitamin D does a lot more than promote bone health. In his final column as president, Jeremy Berg reflects on the ASBMB annual meeting and announces his new blog, Datahound. Our Perspectives section is full of commentary about careers. Check out Bill Sullivan’s open letter to his parents about becoming an academic researcher, blogger Prof-like Substance’s thoughts about being a “cool professor” and Andrew D. Hollenbach’s essay about what it means to be a successful mentor. Plus, learn about a two-part course on science communication taught by Thomas O. Baldwin at the University of California, Riverside. Read the June/July issue.

Eight more schools receive ASBMB AccreditationAccreditation stampJune 12, 2014 -- ASBMB is proud to announce that eight more schools have been granted ASBMB accreditation. Learn more. 

2014 UAN Undergraduate Research Award WinnersAAwardJune 10, 2014 – Twelve students have been awarded the Undergraduate Affiliate Network (UAN) Undergraduate Research Award. Learn more.

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