Nov. 1, 2012 — In this month’s issue of ASBMB Today, contributor John LaCava writes about an initiative he founded to make science mainstream by incorporating the sounds of science into music that moves people. Meanwhile, ASBMB science writer Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay takes a look back at how George and Mildred Burr doggedly pursued the cause of a deficiency syndrome in rats and ultimately changed our view of fats. This month’s issue also contains two “Retrospective” articles: one about the late Annemarie Weber by Clara Franzini-Armstrong and another about the late George F. Cahill Jr. by Richard W. Hanson. Lastly, make sure to check out the ASBMB Today blog, Wild Types, where breaking news and features are posted each week. Read the November issue.