January 2018

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FEATURE
Puerto Rico

RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT
Kelly Chacón

RETROSPECTIVE
Kenneth E. Neet

Announcements

  • The society's public affairs department has launched a science policy podcast, "Pipettes and Politics," available on iTunes, Stitcher and Soundcloud. This podcast will provide a peek into the politics of the Beltway and how they may affect the research enterprise.  
     
  • The 2018 ASBMB Annual Meeting will be held April 21–25 in San Diego. Late-breaking abstracts are now being accepted!
     
  • The 2018 Interested in improving your communication skills? Sign up for The Art of Science Communication, an online course organized by the ASBMB Public Outreach Committee that is available for all scientists and STEM professionals. Applications open Jan. 2. Learn more

ASBMB News

ASBMB Today 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. Read the January issue .

ASBMB-Deuel Conference on Lipids

If you work on lipids, consider attending the ASBMB-Deuel Conference on Lipids in Coronado, Calif. Abstract submission and registration close Jan. 31 . The conference will take place March 6–9 .


Journal News

JBC Author Resources

Visit the JBC's new  Author Resources guide , where we've collected best practices to help authors increase their publishing proficiency.

JBC submission system change

We are excited to announce that JBC has installed a  new submission system  (eJournalPress). We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this very important transition.


Member News

Maquat elected to National Academy of Medicine

Lynne Elizabeth Maquat  is one of 80 new members elected to the National Academy of Medicine. Maquat’s research focuses on RNA decay pathways in relation to human diseases.

In memoriam: Harvey Penefsky

Influential bioenergetics and enzyme kinetics researcher Harvey S. Penefsky passed away in July at the age of 92. Penefsky’s kinetic insights shaped the understanding of the mechanism of ATP synthase. This research provided the groundwork for Paul D. Boyer, who elucidated the enzymatic mechanism of ATP synthase.

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