ASBMB Today March 2019

As we gear up for the ASBMB’s annual meeting, meet 14 early-career investigators who will speak at special symposia hosted by the society’s three journals. Also in this month’s issue, an interview with Phyllis Hanson, a JBC associate editor, and a personal essay about the benefits of the IMAGE grant-writing workshop.

ASBMB Today February 2019

After a 10-year decline in transfusions and donations, the goal of generating universal blood may be making a comeback; we look at the business and science of blood types in this month’s issue. Also, annual meeting advice for undergrads and a Black History Month retrospective collection.
Read the February issue.

Workshops for undergraduate educators

The ASBMB has two workshops for undergraduate educators coming up this spring as it continues its Catalyst Conversations series. The first workshop will be on Feb. 24 in California, and the second will be on March 16 in Wisconsin.

ASBMB Today January 2019

To start the new year right, we offer a collection of articles, essays and tips on taking care of yourself and others. Plus our first (bio) chemical element of the month, our first Night Shift essay, and advice on how to patent an antibody. Read the January issue .

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