February 2010
 

Ernest Everett Just: Experimental Biologist Par Excellence


BY W. MALCOLM BYRNES 

For almost 40 years after the end of World War II, the work of Ernest Everett Just, an African-American biologist known for his studies of fertilization and early development in marine invertebrates, lay forgotten, buried in the scientific literature.

 

Heart Matters


BY NICK ZAGORSKI 

In honor of Valentine’s Day, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is highlighting some of our members who devote their time to heart-related research, looking to make heart defects, disease and failure a thing of the past.

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