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Additional Editors Named for MBoC Special Issue on Forces On and Within Cells
September 2016 Newsletter

Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) Editor-in-Chief David Drubin and Issue Editor Valerie Weaver have announced the appointment of three additional Issue Editors who will join Weaver in guiding the journal’s first Special Issue on  … Read more

MBoC Introduces Author Checklist to Enhance Research Reproducibility
September 2016 Newsletter

Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) has developed a checklist for authors to help them ensure that their work can be reproduced by others. In so doing, the journal is following the recommendations in the  … Read more

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September 2016 Newsletter

You Can Still Submit an Abstract for the 2016 ASCB Annual Meeting You still have time to submit an abstract for poster consideration for the 2016 ASCB Annual Meeting, to be held December 3–7, 2016,  … Read more

Career and Education Programs at ASCB 2016
September 2016 Newsletter

Career Development Programs and Events at the Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting offers a wealth of programs and events to give you the tools, insights, and inspiration you need to advance your career or explore  … Read more

Cellular Communities of Bacteria and More Coalesce at ASCB 2016
September 2016 Newsletter

Bacteria may seem like exceedingly simple and lonely organisms, but more and more evidence shows they can communicate, act collectively, and respond to their changing environments. At the 2016 ASCB Annual Meeting “Cellular Communities” Symposium,  … Read more

ASCB-Gibco Emerging Leader Prize Essays
September 2016 Newsletter

In fall 2015, ASCB awarded the first-ever ASCB-Gibco Emerging Leader Prizes to three cell biology researchers. ASCB introduced the prizes to honor not-yet-tenured independent investigators with outstanding scientific accomplishments and strong publication track records. The  … Read more

Researcher Who Made the Fly Fly Again in Genetics Criticizes NIH Narrowing of Model Organism Support
September 2016 Newsletter

“The NIH’s broad and species-diverse program of basic research during the last 60 years generated a revolution in our understanding of biology and medicine,” writes Allan C. Spradling, professor at the Carnegie Institution for Science  … Read more