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Congratulations to Tracy Johnson on being appointed dean of the division of life sciences in the UCLA College.Read more
Intrinsically disordered proteins
July 7 | 1–2 p.m. EDT
Intrinsically disordered proteins, which don’t have just one three-dimensional structure, often carry out their biological roles through transition between structures. For example, a pH-dependent change in condensation effects iridescence in squid proteins; a selection of competing folded conformations drive neurodegeneration-related condensation of TDP53; and a transition from closed to open structure controls protease sensitivity of an enzyme important for asthma and allergies.
Shaping the Narrative: Effective science communication in the COVID-19 era
A panel discussion about how scientists can use their credibility and critical thinking to cut through the noise and guide the national COVID-19 dialogue. More
COVID-19 interruptions to NIH research
Understanding the funding implications and relief options of the recently passed CARES Act for the scientific community. More