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Helping Undergraduates Approach Research Articles
June 2016 NewsletterEdComm

Regardless of our current role in academe, education—for us and for our students—is central to our identity as scientists. With that in mind, the ASCB Education Committee (EdComm) is pleased to offer Office Hours with  … Read more

How to Choose a Research Area
June 2016 Newsletter

Often in our scientific careers we are faced with the question of how to choose an area of research to pursue. As a graduate student picking a laboratory in which to do a PhD, as  … Read more

Washington in Review
June 2016 Newsletter

The Senate Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations Subcommittee has met and marked up its FY17 bill, which includes funds for the National Science Foundation (NSF). The subcommittee provided no increase for NSF, proposing $7.5 billion for FY17. The  … Read more

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Hongtao Yu Combines Structure and Function to Solve the Mitotic Mystery of Separase
June 2016 Newsletter

I remember the first time I saw a movie of chromosomes aligned at metaphase in a dividing cell. I was in seventh grade and my 13-year-old mind was largely focused elsewhere, but those first images  … Read more

HIGHLIGHTS from MBoC
June 2016 Newsletter

The Editorial Board of Molecular Biology of the Cell has highlighted the following articles from the May 2016 issues. From among the many fine articles in the journal, the Board selects for these Highlights articles  … Read more

Seen on THE CELL
June 2016 NewsletterSeen on The Cell

The Cell Image Library has now been accessed from its 221st country, Greenland. Don’t forget if you are looking for big data cellular images, check out the Data Sets tab at the Cell Image Library.  … Read more

Did you know?
June 2016 Newsletter

You Can Use MyASCB to Pay for Abstract Submissions and Annual Meeting Registration and to Enroll in AutoRenew ASCB members can use ASCB’s new portal, MyASCB, to pay for abstract submissions, Annual Meeting registration, annual  … Read more