From the known to the unknown
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From the known to the unknown

By Emily Ulrich
The ASBMB’s technical editor offers tips and tricks for writing a manuscript introduction.
Essay

Escape to the ice

Outside the lab, two scientists strap on their skates and grab their sticks.
Escape to the ice

News and Ideas

Pew names investigators
Member News

Pew names investigators

Feb. 19, 2024

This 2024 Innovation fund class will work on interdisciplinary research projects exploring key questions in life science, human biology and disease.

AI harnesses tumor genetics to predict treatment response
News

AI harnesses tumor genetics to predict treatment response

Feb. 18, 2024

Many paths lead to cancer resistance; artificial intelligence can decode them all simultaneously.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Feb. 18, 2024

This week: ASBMB webinar on scientists running for office. Just added: An ASBMB career panel and networking event at The College of New Jersey!

Progression of ALS linked to a membrane and an enzyme
News

Progression of ALS linked to a membrane and an enzyme

Feb. 17, 2024

Diminished activities of the enzyme TBK1 in mitochondrial-associated membrane reduces motor neurons’ tolerance to stressors, a causative factor in the disease.

From the journals: JLR
Journal News

From the journals: JLR

Feb. 16, 2024

Breaking down atherosclerotic plaque. Location matters in liver disease. A lipidomic profile drives liver disease. Read about recent papers on these topics.

Choosing an internship or a fellowship
Jobs

Choosing an internship or a fellowship

Feb. 16, 2024

There are other ways to begin your industry career other than being directly hired to a position. Here we explore the similarities and differences between internships and fellowships in industry.

Decoding the genetic recipe book
Research Spotlight

Decoding the genetic recipe book

Feb. 15, 2024

How an aspiring lawyer in Puerto Rico became a passionate protein scientist.

Introducing short courses at Discover BMB in San Antonio
Annual Meeting

Introducing short courses at Discover BMB in San Antonio

Feb. 14, 2024

Learn how to launch your lab, your grant or your science communication skills in these intensive three-hour courses.

Sibling study reveals mechanism for genetic disease
Journal News

Sibling study reveals mechanism for genetic disease

Feb. 13, 2024

Using proteomics experiments, researchers found that old proteins pile up in the mitochondria of people with a form of adult-onset muscular dystrophy.

Meet Our Contributors

Dulce Hiraci Gomez
Dulce Hiraci Gomez
Allison C. Augustus–Wallace
Allison C. Augustus–Wallace
Ken Hallenbeck
Ken Hallenbeck
Inayah Entzminger
Inayah Entzminger
Advocacy workshops at Discover BMB 2024
Dulce Hiraci Gomez

Policy Analyst

Topics include running for office, becoming an advocate, and navigating the grant review process at the NIH. Read More

Equitable hiring strategies for a diversified faculty
Allison C. Augustus–Wallace

An evidence-based road map describes six important strategies for hiring faculty from historically marginalized and excluded backgrounds. Read More

Sibling study reveals mechanism for genetic disease

Using proteomics experiments, researchers found that old proteins pile up in the mitochondria of people with a form of adult-onset muscular dystrophy. Read More

New year, new career

For recent biochemistry graduates considering industry careers, the beginning of the year is the best time to apply for jobs and internships Read More

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