Press Releases

MBoC to begin publishing reviewer commentary along with articles

To promote transparency in scientific research, the basic research journal of the American Society for Cell Biology, Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC), will begin publishing peer review reports along  … Read more

ASCB offers free green card webinar for foreign scientific researchers

Recent federal policy changes have impacted the ability for some international researchers to work in the United States, but there are solutions. The American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) has teamed with  … Read more

MBoC seeks submissions for 5th issue on quantitative cell biology

The American Society for Cell Biology announces that their journal, Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) seeks submissions for the Fifth Annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology. This issue will build on the  … Read more


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ASCB Calls to Modernize US Immigration for Science – January 30, 2017
ASCB Response for Information on Team Science – September 6, 2016
ASCB FAQs on Fetal Tissue Research – April 2016
ASCB Stem Cell Policy White Paper – November 2013
ASCB White Paper on Modernized Immigration Policy – January 2013
ASCB Position Paper on Public Access Policies – January 21, 2010
ASCB Position Paper on Public Access to the Scientific Literature – February 2007
ASCB Statement on Senate Passage of HR810 – July 12, 2006
ASCB Position Paper on SCNT and Reproductive Cloning – December 3, 2001
ASCB Position Paper on Bush Decision on Federal Funding of Stem Cell Research – October 4, 2001

 

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ASCB is an inclusive, international community of biologists studying the cell, the fundamental unit of life. We are dedicated to advancing scientific discovery, advocating sound research policies, improving education, promoting professional development, and increasing diversity in the scientific workforce. ASCB has 8,500 members and members in 57 countries around the world.