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Laurel Oldach
Jan. 27, 2022
“It was almost one of those ‘I can’t believe you’re doing this’ kind of projects.” The search for a protein that senses pressure. Part of a series on the 2021 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine.
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In memoriam: Joel S. Bennett
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Jan. 17, 2022

He was the first to discover that a protein produced by the liver called fibrinogen binds platelets.

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Jan. 17, 2022

The enzymologist was committed to finding treatments for antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections.

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Jan. 14, 2022

Find out everything that’s been going on lately at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

2022 JBC/Tabor award winners announced
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2022 JBC/Tabor award winners announced

Jan. 13, 2022

The awards recognize early-career scientists with standout first-author papers published in the past year.

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Dancing together, separately

Jan. 11, 2022

An online Bollywood dance class didn’t just get me moving; it soothed my pandemic anxieties and gave me a sense of community.

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Jan. 10, 2022

A cold email to a researcher at the University of Illinois at Chicago opened the door for Nicki Nouri when she was still in high school.

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David McKemy and the cold receptor

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Burrows, Seidah and Bastardo Blanco honored
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Jan. 10, 2022

Awards, promotions, milestones and more. Find out what's going on in the lives of ASBMB members.

‘I could not ask for more’
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‘I could not ask for more’

Jan. 7, 2022

“In the end, I would say it was not a challenge but an honor that after so much hard work we were able to develop a vaccine that works to treat patients.”

The advocacy town hall is more than a free lunch
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The advocacy town hall is more than a free lunch

Jan. 6, 2022

The ASBMB public affairs department works with government officials to improve the research environment for our members.

Tabak takes over temporarily at NIH
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The longtime ASBMB member takes the reins from Francis Collins, who stepped down recently.

Edmond H. Fischer (1920 – 2021)
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Cosmopolitan, cultured, creative and caring. These characteristics were embodied in the life of Eddy Fischer, a Nobel laureate, musician and globetrotting scientific celebrity.

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