Recent Issues of ASBMB Today

ASBMBToday_201705

May   2017


In her final cover story as ASBMB Today’s managing editor, Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay explores why the National Institutes of Health is preparing to fund cryo-electronmicroscopy facilities across the nation. The issue also contains a feature about how serendipitous meetings and basic biochemistry accelerated the push for a cure for the rare and fatal Lafora disease. In the news section, learn about new research on wasp venom and corneal disease. The Perspectives section offers the next essay in our ongoing “Do-Overs” series and advice pieces on finding careers beyond academia and writing emails that won’t induce anxiety in recipients.

ASBMBToday_201704

April   2017


For this month’s cover story, ASBMB’s science writer John Arnst explores the persistent problem of biofouling that have plagued ships since the dawn of sailing. The issue also contains highlights about the 2017 ASBMB Annual Meeting as well as stories about this year’s cohort of annual award winners. There also is a trio of essays that explore how foreigners influence science in the U.S. As always, the magazine offers a variety of stories, such as journal news, member updates and essays

ASBMBToday-201703

March   2017


The cover story for this issue is written by a high-school biology teacher who teaches cell biology by getting his students to run social-media campaigns. There also is a Q&A with Kenneth Gibbs, Jr. who published a paper with his colleagues a few months ago that tackles the issue of diversity in medical school faculty. As always, the magazine offers a variety of stories, such as journal news, member updates and essays.