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Will Increasing Small Business Set-Asides Harm Basic Research?
September 2016 NewsletterPublic Policy Briefings

Congress is considering whether to increase the mandatory set-asides to the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. The set-aside funding mechanism takes a portion of the budgets of 11 agencies,  … Read more

Seen on THE CELL
September 2016 NewsletterSeen on The Cell

Looking for new ways to stay up to date with the Cell Image Library? Check us out on Instagram at cell_image_library. Whether you are looking for that one perfect example for a lecture or a  … Read more

September 2016 Newsletter

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

Upcoming Early Career Meetings
September 2016 Newsletter

The Triangle Cytoskeleton Meeting Saxapahaw, NC September 12, 2016 The New England Nuclear Envelope Meeting New Haven, CT September 16, 2016 ASCB is pleased to provide Early Career Meeting Grants to graduate students and postdocs  … Read more

To Team or Not to Team, That Is the Question
September 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

Negotiating Your Salary and Start-up Package
September 2016 NewsletterDear Labby

Dear Labby, I have been offered an assistant professorship in a first-rate biomedical center and am very excited. The stimulating environment, the colleagues, the balance of teaching and research, and the community all seem really  … Read more

NIGMS Accepting Applications for Postdoctoral Research Associates
September 2016 Newsletter

The National Institute of General Medical Sciences’ Postdoctoral Research Associate (PRAT) program is accepting applications from September 3 through October 3, 2016. PRAT fellows conduct research while in a National Institutes of Health (NIH) intramural  … Read more