Issues of ASBMB Today

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January   2018


One hundred days after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, we look at how the island’s scientists have overcome damaged labs to persevere with their work.  Kelly Chacón describes battling imposter syndrome in her quest for a science career. And we remember Ken Neet, a valued ASBMB member.

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December   2017


This month, we take a deep dive into the circadian coupling of cellular and solar clocks, in honor of the three American chronobiologists who won a 2017 Nobel Prize. And we celebrate the season with our annual gift guide for the science lovers in your life. Also, meet the editor who helps Journal of Biological Chemistry authors finesse their abstracts and get straight talk from the Office of Research Integrity on misconduct and questionable practices in the lab.

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November   2017


In this issue, read about the tiny mouse lemur of Madagascar, a promising model for the study of human lung disease. You can also learn how to keep your data safe, how to put in your two cents about the future of research funding and how to find a mentor at the 2018 annual meeting.