Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC), the respected research publication of ASCB, invites submissions for the new Special Issues: Cell Biology of Bacteria and Archaea, edited by Erin Goley from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Ethan Garner from Harvard University.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC), the respected research publication of ASCB, invites submissions for the new Special Issues: Cell Biology of the Nervous System, edited by Avital Rodal from Brandeis University, and Stephanie Gupton from the University of North Carolina.
The November 8, 2022, Congressional elections did not turn out to be the major defeat for President Biden and Congressional Democrats that both history and political pundits had predicted. The “Red Wave” predicted by many was anything but a wave. In the Senate, with the results from the Georgia race still to be determined, the…
Three times a year, the Committee for Postdocs and Students (COMPASS) awards Outreach Grants of up to $1,000 to trainee-led events that communicate cell biology with the public. Below are summaries of the outreach projects we were proud to fund in 2022. We look forward to everyone’s applications in 2023! To learn more and apply,…
In the last two decades, the average number of authors has nearly tripled in Cell and Nature Cell Biology but remained largely flat in Molecular Biology of the Cell
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Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) is a premier journal for research in all areas of cell biology, from biophysics to genetics to neuroscience. Its 26 online issues per year include Special Issues in the important areas of Quantitative Cell Biology, and Forces on and within Cells. Readers and authors alike benefit from the journal’s review process, which offers authors constructive feedback by working scientists.
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