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A response to the George Floyd demonstrations

June 4, 2020
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Written on behalf of the American Society for Cell Biology’s LBGTQA+ Task Force Every June for Pride we celebrate a…

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ASCB adds topical tracks to meeting

June 3, 2020
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Beginning this year, the American Society for Cell Biology will organize all the sessions and subgroups for Cell Bio 2020-an…

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ASCB Condemns Racial Violence; Demands Change

June 1, 2020

Over the last week, particularly this past weekend, we watched with heavy hearts the killing of George Floyd while in…

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Dear Labby

Really, your congressperson will listen to you

May 18, 2020

Dear Labby, I’m concerned about funding for basic science and I care about science policy issues that affect cell biology research. I want to do more to get the message to Capitol Hill. My problem is that I live and work in a state that’s dominated by politicians who stand for ideologies that are directly…

President's Column

Let’s talk science (with nonscientists)

May 11, 2020

A critical part of any scientist’s life is communication. We write grants, scientific papers, and reviews, and we give presentations of our work at conferences and seminars. In fact, we love talking about our science, as anyone who ever asked us how our research is going and encouraged us to tell them more about it…

Latest News

U.S. research funding bends but does not break

May 15, 2020
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As the COVID-19 virus made its way around the world, members of the American biomedical research community rushed to react,…

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Another Trump budget, more cuts to science

May 13, 2020
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The Trump administration released its proposed budget for FY2021 and as in previous years, it calls for more cuts to…

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Subcellular microscopy technique pushes limits on live cell imaging in vivo

May 13, 2020

For a couple of decades now, live-cell imaging using fluorescent protein labeling has allowed scientists to peer into many subcellular…

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How Cell Biologists Work ‘at Home’ featuring Dave Matus

May 12, 2020
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David (Dave) Q. Matus is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Stony Brook University…

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How to Give a Chalk Talk

May 11, 2020
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ASCB is presenting a series of Education and Professional Development videos for the benefit of our members. How to Give…

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