Pairing science with the paso doble


A doctoral student who is also a competitive dancer examines the unexpected similarities and differences between the science of dance and the art of science.

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When science runs in the family


Claes Dohlman established the basis for current clinical practice in corneal science. His son Henrik Dohlman, at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, says his father is also a paragon of hard work and kindness.

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Hobbies


Our members share two poems and a chemistry-themed stamp collection.

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Overcoming impostor syndrome


ASBMB Minority Affairs Committee deputy chair Marion Sewer explores what can be done about impostor syndrome, which can complicate an already challenging career path for underrepresented minorities.

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Education


We have an enlightening infographic about our annual graduation survey and a member worries about knowledge gaps among younger, technology-focused researchers.

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Cracking open the lab doors


Do-it-yourself biologists find community, equipment, courses and mentorship at Baltimore UnderGround Science Space.

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Reader comments


What ASBMB Today readers had to say about recent coverage.

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Students take to Twitter during exams week


Final exam season just ended. Here's a collection covering the range of emotions students experienced during the finals period.

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Staff picks for holiday cheer


Disclaimer: Very little of what follows has anything at all to do with science. But we hope this collection brings you as much joy as it did for us. Happy holidays!

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Quiz: Name that biochemist


A quick quiz. Just for fun.

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