Science outreach and communication
The ASBMB organizes science communication and outreach activities and develops tools, resources and opportunities for members to improve their science communication and public engagement skills. These efforts are spearheaded by the Science Outreach and Communication Committee.
Share your science outreach initiative!
Are you doing science outreach in your community? Are you running your own science café or creating a program that you know will make an impact and want to share it? We want to know about it!
Olivia Miller sought to balance fun, education and outreach in student chapter activities at Otterbein University.
The ASBMB Science Outreach and Communication Committee is organizing its second annual event to inspire local high school students — this time in San Antonio.
ASBMB Today contributor Oluwadamilola “Dami” Oke describes her journey to advocacy and shares thoughts from a mentor who guided her.
Awards, promotions, milestones and more. Find out what's going on in the lives of ASBMB members.
Susanna Greer, a 2022 ASBMB fellow, describes her journey to engaging deeply with, and caring about, the society.
Seattle-area high school students will be the Science Outreach and Communication Committee’s guests of honor on Community Day at Discover BMB.
Caught in a system eager for success stories, a PhD student from an underrepresented background learns how to balance his challenges in the lab with his desire to serve his community.
An interview with Dan Barry, director of local and state advocacy for AAAS, about the Local Science Engagement Network — and how you can get involved
Debunking misinformation about your science
John Cook, founder of Skeptical Science website, discusses debunking strategies for misinformation that occurs within biochemistry and molecular biology topics. More
Science in a Flash: How to give a successful flash talk
If you had just one figure, three minutes and a microphone to describe your research — could you do it? More