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MBoC solicits papers for Eighth Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology

July 21, 2021
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Submit a Paper MBoC is now accepting submissions at mbcpapers.org to the Eighth Annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology. This issue will build on the successes of previous issues published in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020 and 2021, and will provide an opportunity for researchers whose work crosses disciplines…

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MBoC solicits papers for Eighth Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology

July 21, 2021
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Submit a Paper MBoC is now accepting submissions at mbcpapers.org to the Eighth Annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology. This issue will…

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Are the policy planets in line again?

July 10, 2021

Every so often, the planets in the U.S. policy universe line up to allow big steps forward in U.S. science…

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How art can teach kids science

July 9, 2021
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Blue paint squirts onto a paper plate. Next is red, black, yellow, and finally, white. The pallet is ready. “Jay”…

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How Cell Biologists Work with Crystal Rogers

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In this installment of ASCB’s How Cell Biologists Work, we feature the pioneering scientist Crystal Rogers. Rogers is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Anatomy, Physiology, and Cell Biology at the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. The Rogers lab focuses on developmental biology and particularly on researching the development and formation of neural…

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How to become an advocate for science and your institution

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Dear Labby, I work at a minority serving institution (MSI). As a faculty member I am committed to educating my students so that they will be creative and accomplished cell biologists. I am also aware that I really want to do even more to give them the resources they need to do cutting-edge science. Although…

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Building a community to support the advancement of postdocs

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What does it mean to be “ready” to apply for faculty positions? In a recent keynote address, Kemi Doll (an associate professor at the University of Washington and academic coach) presented the idea that being “ready” is not a circumstance, or a series of boxes that need to be checked. Being ready, she told us,…

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Member profile: Valerie Tutwiler

June 16, 2021
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Valerie Tutwiler, assistant professor of Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University, runs the Biomechanics of Blood Lab. She is active in…

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How to become an advocate for science and your institution

June 11, 2021
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Dear Labby, I work at a minority serving institution (MSI). As a faculty member I am committed to educating my…

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ER uses workaround to achieve quality control

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To function properly, a protein must not only be transcribed correctly, it must be folded into the right shape. When…

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How Cell Biologists Work with Crystal Rogers

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In this installment of ASCB’s How Cell Biologists Work, we feature the pioneering scientist Crystal Rogers. Rogers is currently an…

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ASCB COMPASS Outreach Spotlight: Caribbean Youth Development Institute

June 3, 2021
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The Caribbean is known for being a region with bright, exuberant people. There was no exception to this notion when…

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