John Fleischman

Elevator Speech Video Contest: What Amazon.com Can Teach Us about Cell Protein Delivery Systems

February 7, 2017
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You can buy almost anything on Amazon.com but Steven DelSignore, a postdoc at Brandeis University, found a cellular metaphor, free…

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ASCB’s First Doorstep Meeting Jumps into New Cancer Treatment Strategies

February 7, 2017
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Cancer cell biology can be a bewildering jungle where well-charted pathways and promising therapies disappear into the undergrowth while the…

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E.E. Just Lecturer Tells URM Scientists, “We Need You and We Need Your Ideas”

February 7, 2017
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The ASCB’s E.E. Just Award comes with a medal, a named lecture, and a two-edged message for minority scientists today,…

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In Memoriam: Susan Lindquist, 67, Pioneer in Protein Folding Research

February 6, 2017
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Susan L. Lindquist, a self-described scientific risk-taker who pioneered the field of protein folding, died at age 67 on October…

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E.E. Just Lecturer Tells URM Scientists, “We Need You and We Need Your Ideas”

January 17, 2017

The ASCB’s E.E. Just Award comes with a medal, a named lecture, and a two-edged message for minority scientists today,…

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ASCB 2016 Elevator Speech Video Contest Winners: What Amazon.com Can Teach Us about Cell Protein Delivery Systems

December 7, 2016
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You can buy almost anything on Amazon.com but Steven DelSignore, a postdoc at Brandeis University found a cellular metaphor, free…

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Quality Control

December 7, 2016

Research in biology is driven by the constant tension between what we know (much) and what we don’t (much more). Take the…

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E.B. Wilson Medal—Mina Bissell

December 6, 2016

  It is not every day that a scientific society gives its top award to a scientist who already has…

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Bacteria Produce Aphrodisiac That Sets Off Protozoan Mating Swarm

December 6, 2016

Researchers seeking the evolutionary roots of the animal kingdom have discovered a bacterium, Vibrio fischeri, that acts as an aphrodisiac…

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Workshop Cryo-EM-Grant Jensen

December 5, 2016

A type IV pilus is a bacterial grappling hook and one of the snazziest pieces of bacterial cell machinery going.…

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