Snaking toward a universal antivenom
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Snaking toward a universal antivenom

By Scripps Research Communications
Scientists at Scripps Research have discovered antibodies that protect against a host of lethal snake venoms.
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Cell’s 'garbage disposal' may have another role

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have determined that the proteasome could be helping neurons near skin sense the environment.
Cell’s 'garbage disposal' may have another role

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Clues from bird flu’s ground zero on dairy farms in the Texas panhandle
News

Clues from bird flu’s ground zero on dairy farms in the Texas panhandle

May 25, 2024

Dairy farmers and veterinarians in northern Texas furiously investigated a mysterious illness among cattle before the government got involved.

2024 new-grad gift guide — the industry edition
Advice

2024 new-grad gift guide — the industry edition

May 24, 2024

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

This MOSAIC scholar’s journey brought her home to share science
Profile

This MOSAIC scholar’s journey brought her home to share science

May 23, 2024

Melissa Ramirez uses computations and experiments to design new reactions and mentorship to grow the research community.

A cellular jigsaw
Essay

A cellular jigsaw

May 22, 2024

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

More than just omics
Interview

More than just omics

May 21, 2024

Meet the three co-organizers of an intimate meeting that focuses on transcription from all angles.

A call to action: Urge Congress to support scientific research
Funding

A call to action: Urge Congress to support scientific research

May 21, 2024

ASBMB members can write to policymakers to advocate for robust science funding in fiscal year 2025.

ASBMB members head to Capitol Hill
Announcement

ASBMB members head to Capitol Hill

May 20, 2024

They will encourage lawmakers to support essential R&D appropriations to keep the U.S. competitive and retain highly skilled talent.

2024 Goldwater scholars announced
Award

2024 Goldwater scholars announced

May 20, 2024

Thirteen of the scholarship recipients are ASBMB student members.

In memoriam: Edith C. Wolff
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Edith C. Wolff

May 20, 2024

She was an enzyme biochemist at the National Institutes of Health and a former assistant to the editor of the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

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A call to action: Urge Congress to support scientific research
Dulce Hiraci Gomez

Policy Analyst

ASBMB members can write to policymakers to advocate for robust science funding in fiscal year 2025. Read More

MOSAIC scholar explores enzymes

Organic chemist Edwin Alfonzo's scientific journey took an unexpected turn when he discovered the world of enzymes. Read More

How a gene spurs tooth development

University of Iowa researchers find a clue in a rare genetic disorder’s missing chromosome. Read More

Getting to know scientists half a world away
Donald Elmore

Professor of Chemistry

In a program at Wellesley College, students interview and write about researchers at a university in Ghana. Read More

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