Science will suffer
State laws change the landscape for LGBTQIA+ scientists
News and Ideas
The U.K.-based organization Pride in STEM says it aims to “queer up science spaces” and to “science up queer spaces.”
Awards for Medlock, Bagde and Maquat
Awards, promotions milestones and more. Find out what's going on in the lives of ASBMB members.
In memoriam: Sorina Popescu
She was a a plant biologist and biochemist whose last studies included several melding science and agriculture on topics ranging from crop stress resistance to plant root microbial community control.
Study uncovers a unique, efficient method of copper delivery in cells
Discovery will help in treating Menkes disease, other copper deficiency disorders.
Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Just added: ASBMB webinar on LGBTQ+ in STEM advocacy, BioMolViz workshop on developing interactive content for OERs, and White House listening sessions.
As microbiome science forges ahead, will some be left behind?
The FDA’s approval of the first fecal microbiota treatment was a watershed moment — and also a wakeup call.
Cystic fibrosis: current understanding and prospects
In observance of National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month, we talked with researcher Neil Bradbury.
A great escape — how SARS-CoV-2 evades our defenses
Preliminary evidence shows that SARS-CoV-2 uses molecular mimicry, in which one of its proteins acts like a protein in our immune system.
Meet the 2023 ASBMB Advocacy Training Program delegates
ASBMB announces a new cohort of 12 ASBMB Advocacy Training Program delegates who will learn about science policy and advocacy through this summer externship
Meet Our Contributors
Martina G. Efeyini
Eight scientists from academia and industry reflect on how mentors have impacted their lives. Read More
Breathing and not breathing
“These moves don’t necessarily raise your heart rate, but the constant apnea cycles combined with total body engagement are definitely an exercise you feel.” Read More
ASBMB supports bill to lower cost of federal student loans
Science Policy Manager
Society backs legislation to increase Pell grants and make loans more affordable for current and future students. Read More
‘I like to be in the lab’
Martina G. Efeyini
Our industry careers columnist spoke with Susan Abbatiello, a principal consultant scientist at Waters Corp. Read More
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