ASBMB Twitter chats
Monthly Twitter chats with @ASBMB
ASBMB Today published its first Science & Art issue in April, featuring scientists who have turned their research and passion for STEM into works of art as well as artists who have made careers in science art and illustration. This Twitter chat is a celebration of creativity. Follow along and share your work with #ASBMBSciArt.
Here are a few articles from the April issue:
- Seeing is believing by Isha Dey
- Unraveling the mind’s eye — science through a novel lens by Kamalika Saha
- A molecular biologist by day and a science artist by night by Martina G. Efeyini
- Advocacy for Black women’s well-being blends science and art by Latavia Hill
When the world reopens after COVID-19, it will be a different place. Now is a good time to reimagine ways the scientific enterprise could be more sensible and just. The June/July issue of ASBMB Today will be dedicated to ideas for how to do that. Think about the systems around you. Can they be improved? Should they be replaced? Follow along and share your ideas with #ASBMBReimagining.
Here are a few reimagining articles from the ASBMB Today archives:
- The COVID-19 deluge: Is it time for a new model of data disclosure? by Ken Hallenbeck
- Raising a rainbow of scientists by Ashley Warfield Oyirifi
- The time for change is now by Chris Pickett
The August issue of ASBMB Today traditionally focuses on careers and training. In this chat, we’ll talk about how career journeys have been rerouted by more than a year of pandemic shutdown. Follow along and share your thoughts and experiences with #ASBMBCareers.
Here are some useful and informative career articles from our August 2020 issue: