Honors for Castel, Kelch and Parks
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Honors for Castel, Kelch and Parks

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

In memoriam: Karl A. Schellenberg

He was the founding chair of biochemistry at Eastern Virginia Medical School and an ASBMB member for 56 years.
In memoriam: Karl A. Schellenberg

News and Ideas

Industry partnership opportunities
Jobs

Industry partnership opportunities

June 17, 2024

The deadline for these is July 31.

Simple trick could improve accuracy of plant genetics research
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Simple trick could improve accuracy of plant genetics research

June 16, 2024

Researchers at North Carolina State University have found that a technique used to study gene activity in other organisms can also be used to make studies in plants more accurate.

Upcoming opportunities
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Upcoming opportunities

June 16, 2024

Just added: A webinar on improving accessibility in the lab. Plus, remember to vote for your Molecule of the Year and submit your abstract for ASBMB's meeting on transcriptional regulation!

Scientists track 'doubling' in origin of cancer cells
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Scientists track 'doubling' in origin of cancer cells

June 15, 2024

Researchers at Johns Hopkins say they have charted a molecular pathway that can lure cells down a hazardous path of duplicating their genome too many times.

Starting your industry career on the ground floor
Jobs

Starting your industry career on the ground floor

June 14, 2024

Kevin Lewis learned that working as a research scientist at a small biotech startup provides unique challenges and opportunities.

From the journals: JBC
Journal News

From the journals: JBC

June 14, 2024

Ribosomal RNA, R-loops and the RNA exosome. Using an old drug to treat a new skin disease, Sugar-binding immune receptors. Read about recent papers on these topics.

Meet the 2024 ASBMB Advocacy Training Program delegates
Training

Meet the 2024 ASBMB Advocacy Training Program delegates

June 13, 2024

The program's sixth cohort will learn how to advocate for science funding and support this summer and will visit Capitol Hill in 2025.

NPA task force releases report on postdoc policies
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NPA task force releases report on postdoc policies

June 12, 2024

The National Postdoctoral Association recommends institutions act in eight priority areas to improve the trainee experience.

New gene new strides in gangliosidosis
Journal News

New gene new strides in gangliosidosis

June 11, 2024

A gene that decreases disease progression in mice provides a new direction for human therapy.

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Christopher Radka
Christopher Radka
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Fatahiya Kashif
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Inayah Entzminger
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Swarnali Roy
Charles O. Rock (1949 – 2023)

Colleagues and trainees remember a world expert in membrane lipid homeostasis. Read More

A cellular jigsaw puzzle
Fatahiya Kashif

Fatahiya Kashif created a 3D model to show immune–tumor interactions in the microenvironment. Read More

2024 new-grad gift guide — the industry edition

A newly employed scientists might not have a lot of desk space for trinkets, so here are some non-physical suggestions. Read More

In memoriam: Ulrich auf dem Keller

A professor at the Technical University of Denmark, he was a leader in wound healing research and mass spectrometry-based proteomics technology. Read More

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