More than just omics
Interview

More than just omics

By Marissa Locke Rottinghaus
Meet the three co-organizers of an intimate meeting that focuses on transcription from all angles.
Funding

A call to action: Urge Congress to support scientific research

ASBMB members can write to policymakers to advocate for robust science funding in fiscal year 2025.
A call to action: Urge Congress to support scientific research

News and Ideas

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.

Universal tool for tracking cell-to-cell interactions
News

Universal tool for tracking cell-to-cell interactions

May 19, 2024

A team of researchers has developed LIPSTIC, which can lay the groundwork for a dynamic map tracking physical interactions between different cells — the elusive cellular interactome.

Upcoming opportunities
Announcement

Upcoming opportunities

May 19, 2024

Save the date for ASBMB's webinar on coping with the midcareer doldrums. Plus three upcoming webinars on funding opportunities!

Weedy rice gets competitive boost from its wild neighbors
News

Weedy rice gets competitive boost from its wild neighbors

May 18, 2024

Rice feeds the world. But researchers have found that a look-alike weed has many ways of getting ahead.

Grad students: Get to know your program coordinator
Training

Grad students: Get to know your program coordinator

May 17, 2024

They provide advice about interviews and admissions, curriculum, degree requirements, graduate program policies and information, campus services and more.

From the journals: JLR
Journal News

From the journals: JLR

May 17, 2024

A “T” makes a difference in blood clotting. High cholesterol: two screens are better than one. Biomarkers for cardiovascular risk. Statin-induced changes to the HDL lipidome. Read about recent papers on these topics.

This MOSAIC scholar believes in the power of perseverance
Diversity

This MOSAIC scholar believes in the power of perseverance

May 16, 2024

Wagner Silva Dantas aims to develop new approaches to reducing fat mass while preserving muscle mass by studying a crucial regulator for maintaining redox balance.

Meet Our Contributors

Elisabeth Marnik
Elisabeth Marnik
Meric Ozturk
Meric Ozturk
Adele Wolfson
Adele Wolfson
Elizabeth Stivison
Elizabeth Stivison
Bakers and mentors help a MOSAIC scholar change her life
Elisabeth Marnik

Joanna-Lynn Borgogna studies the vaginal microbiome, the metabolome and the development of gynecological disorders in reproductive-aged women. 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

Learning to listen

In her talk at DiscoverBMB, ASBMB Sustained Leadership Award recipient Adele Wolfson reflected on the increased inclusiveness of science in recent decades. Read More

Consider an undergraduate summer research internship in government
Elizabeth Stivison

Careers Columnist

Our careers columnist offers a rundown of agencies that can provide you with a couple of months of lab experience. Read More

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