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Nicholas McCarty of New York University writes that genetically engineering drug users’ brains is short-sighted, reactive and unnecessary.
A pandemic hobby for her teenage son gets Sudha Neelam contemplating similarities in art and biology.
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"Lucero is one of the 800,000 young adults approved for DACA (the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration policy). When the Trump administration announced its plans to rescind DACA, I immediately thought of my DREAM girl." Read More
Syracuse University assistant professor Carlos Castaneda attended the ASBMB’s Interactive Mentoring Activities for Grantsmanship Enhancement workshop in 2016, and the experience inspired him to rethink his whole approach to grant writing. Read More
As the ASBMB plans its annual meeting in “the town at the tip of California,” Ana Maria Barral explains how the leaders of what was once a Spanish mission village lured the U.S. Navy and a host of biomedical institutions and biotech companies to their community on the Pacific Coast. Read More
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