Your paper’s been rejected. What now?
Professional Development

Your paper’s been rejected. What now?

By Elizabeth Stivison
Our academic careers columnist writes about how to deal with paper rejection both mentally (how to not feel too bad) and practically (what to do next).
Contest

Part 1: ‘Aha moments’ essay contest honorable mentions

To celebrate our three journals going open access, we invited readers to share their moments of discovery in science. Here are two honorable mentions.
Part 1: ‘Aha moments’ essay contest honorable mentions

News and Ideas

From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

May 6, 2021

Using silver nanoparticles to target cancer. Glycosylation of SARS-CoV-2. Characterizing the glycan signature in tumor tissue. Read about recent papers in the journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics.

Ceramides’ role in liver disease
Lipid News

Ceramides’ role in liver disease

May 5, 2021

These biologically active sphingolipids have roles in apoptosis, inflammation and insulin resistance, all critical factors in the pathogenesis of chronic liver disease.

Share your aha moments!
Editor's Note

Share your aha moments!

May 4, 2021

How a brainstorming session produced two videos, an essay contest and gratitude.

Winners of the ‘aha moments’ essay contest
Contest

Winners of the ‘aha moments’ essay contest

May 4, 2021

To celebrate our three journals going open access, we invited readers to share their moments of discovery in science. Here are the first, second and third place winners.

Stoddard wins mentoring award; Do honored as scholar–athlete
Member News

Stoddard wins mentoring award; Do honored as scholar–athlete

May 3, 2021

Awards, promotions, milestones and more. Find out what's going on in the lives of ASBMB members.

ASBMB welcomes new members
Member News

ASBMB welcomes new members

May 3, 2021

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology welcomed more than 340 new members in January.

The 17th-century cloth merchant who discovered the vast realm of tiny microbes
News

The 17th-century cloth merchant who discovered the vast realm of tiny microbes

May 2, 2021

Although untrained in science, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek became the greatest lens-maker of his day, discovered microscopic life forms and is known today as the “father of microbiology.”

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

May 2, 2021

Happening this week: The PDB50 celebration, deadline for BiolMolViz workshop applications, a SACNAS webinar on broader impacts and more.

Do kids really need to be vaccinated for COVID?
News

Do kids really need to be vaccinated for COVID?

May 1, 2021

Many experts argue that Covid-19 cannot be curbed without vaccinating children. But others aren’t so sure.

Meet Our Contributors

Rajini  Rao
Rajini Rao
Bill Sullivan
Bill Sullivan
Peter Kennelly
Peter Kennelly
Beronda L. Montgomery
Beronda L. Montgomery
Use the mic!
Rajini Rao

Professor

Rajini Rao writes that up to 20% of the population has some hearing loss, so when you don’t use the microphone at a meeting, you are projecting your ableism, not your voice. Read More

Grant-writing tips for beginners
Bill Sullivan

Showalter Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Bill Sullivan, a study section veteran, shares eight important lessons he’s learned for writing a winning grant application. Read More

What would Julia Child do?
Peter Kennelly

Professor

Pete Kennelly proposes that online labs should be designed with an eye to enhancing student participation and maintaining causal connections. Read More

To support or to deny: mentoring or gatekeeping?
Beronda L. Montgomery

MSU Foundation Professor

Beronda Montgomery posted on Twitter: “What’s a thing that you were ‘mentored’ not to do, but you pursued it & it’s worked out well?” She shares what she learned from the responses. Read More

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