Annual Meeting

Discover BMB: And the winner is...

Sarah Ornstein
By Sarah Ornstein
June 14, 2022

During Experimental Biology 2022 in Philadelphia, visitors to the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology booth and lounge were invited to vote for their favorite logo for the society’s stand-alone 2023 meeting, now called Discover BMB, to be held March 25–28 in Seattle.

With the promise of fun prizes (who doesn’t love T-shirts and magnets?), 607 people voted on their phones using our QR code. And the winner — by a wide margin — was Option #1.

More than half of the 607 voters selected the logo design with hexagons, which was the staff's favorite too.

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