Search Results for “SF declaration 2012”

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NSF Grants

June 25, 2015

The NSF is the major funder for science research that is not biomedical. But, like NIH grant applications, writing an NSF grant as a novice is usually confusing and overwhelming. We’ve listed resources the NSF provides to grantwriters in the table below, with links.

How Cell Biologists Work: Ron Vale on converting chemical energy into mechanical work and curiosity into discovery

July 19, 2017

Ron Vale is a professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology Department at the University of California, San Francisco and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. Vale’s lab studies how the contents of cells are organized, including how molecular motors move cargo to new locations and how signaling molecules in the plasma membranes  … Read more

Harris’s book explores critical topic of scientific rigor

April 18, 2017

The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) was one of the first to highlight issues of reproducibility with science, so it was with great anticipation that I picked up Richard Harris’s book, Rigor Mortis: How Sloppy Science Creates Worthless Cures, Crushes Hope and Wastes Billions. Although the title is quite dramatic, the book is much  … Read more

Neuroscientists Lily and Yuh-Nung Jan Net 2017 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science

February 13, 2017

Since emigrating from Taiwan in 1968, Lily and Yuh-Nung Jan have shared in developing groundbreaking research careers that have solved some of the most basic and crucial questions in neuroscience. Now the longtime ASCB members and Howard Hughes Medical Institute-funded investigators from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) are sharing another prestigious milestone: winning  … Read more

Quality Control

December 5, 2016

Protein folding is a problem that was born complex and shows few signs of getting simpler. Ever since Cyrus Levinthal posed his eponymous paradox in 1969 that an unfolded polypeptide chain offered an astronomical number of theoretical folding states, researchers have wrestled with the problem of how cells actually coax most proteins into proper shape. This  … Read more

On Preprints, and Beer and Tacos

May 2, 2016

A meeting (ASAPbio) was held on February 16–17 to discuss the role of preprints in biology, which sparked a New York Times Op-Ed by Amy Harmon under the provocative title “Handful of Biologists Went Rogue and Published Directly to Internet”1 and an article in the Economist entitled “Taking the Online Medicine.” 2 These articles expose  … Read more

Dora

November 10, 2015
The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), initiated by the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) together with a group of editors and publishers of scholarly journals, recognizes the need to improve the ways in which the outputs of scientific research are evaluated. The group met in December 2012 during the ASCB Annual Meeting  … Read more

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