Meetings & Events

Virtual Events & Webinars

A virtual platform to share scientific research and accomplishments and to discuss emerging topics and technologies with the BMB community.

Have an idea for a virtual event? Learn about submitting a proposal.

Upcoming virtual events

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Steps toward equity in STEM

June 2 | 10–11 a.m. EDT

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Constructing authentic learning experiences

June 2 | 12–1 p.m. EDT

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RNA structure and RNA binding proteins

June 4 | 10–11 a.m. EDT

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Nucleic acid biology and biochemistry

June 4 | 12:30–2 p.m. EDT

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DNA repair

June 5 | 10–11 a.m. EDT

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Cancer biology and biochemistry

June 5 | 12:30–1:30 p.m. EDT

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Chromatin structure and transcription

June 9 | 10–11 a.m. EDT

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New technology

June 11 | 1–2:15 p.m. EDT

Recent webinars

ASBMB accreditation Q&A: Information and COVID-19 update

This webinar replaces the live Q&A session at the 2020 Annual Meeting and it is free for all to attend.

COVID-19 interruptions to NIH research

Understanding the funding implications and relief options of the recently passed CARES Act for the scientific community.

Shaping the Narrative: Effective science communication in the COVID-19 era

A panel discussion about how scientists can use their credibility and critical thinking to cut through the noise and guide the national COVID-19 dialogue.

Forecasting the future: Setting yourself up with trustworthy data

Are you sure that the data you’re collecting today is as solid and secure as you’ll need it to be next week, month or year?

Protecting American science — and the international collaborators critical to its success

A webinar on policies, new and old, to promote research security and protect against foreign influence. With guest speaker Frank H. Wu.

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?