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COVER STORY Slime and grime that stick to ships
PERSPECTIVE Trump's travel ban
AWARDS 2017 award winners
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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
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This special collection of 20 articles, coordinated by Ileana Cristea at Princeton University, highlights and celebrates the contribution of proteomics to fundamental discoveries in infectious disease research. Learn more
David R. Wilson has been appointed as the director of the tribal health research office at the National Institutes of Health.
Winthrop University has named Takita Felder Sumter , professor of chemistry, as its inaugural provost’s faculty fellow.
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