John Fleischman

Empathy Comes Before Data in Talking Evolution with Doubters, Says NCSE’s Ann Reid

September 4, 2014

In Philadelphia this December, Ann Reid’s mission will be to talk to scientists about talking about the science of evolution…

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Live (Cell Imaging) from Dulles Airport—ASCB and NIGMS Open Life: Magnified Show

June 11, 2014

Fly-by cell biology: a passenger at Dulles Airport pauses to look at ASCB’s “Life:Magnified” exhibit which opened this week in…

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In Memoriam: M. Daniel Lane, Adipogenesis Researcher and Mentor Who Saved Nobel Prize Research

May 15, 2014

ASCB member M. Daniel Lane, the former chair of the Department of Biological Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University and a…

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DORA in NOLA as the JIF Rebellion Reaches 10,000 Signatures and Panel Celebrates First Anniversary

December 14, 2013

The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA) was drafted one year ago at ASCB in San Francisco. What’s next for DORA…

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Insiders and Outsiders: NIH Goes Face-to-Face with Cell Biologists

December 6, 2013

One is an insider who just came in from the outside, the other, an outsider serving as an advisor at…

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The Speed of Synthetic Biology: Craig Venter’s Incredible Voyage To Digitize the Life Force

December 3, 2013

An experiment: Some warm and starry night, take two senior cell biologists out on a boat. Put wine or beer…

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A Local Meeting—From South Korea to West Virginia, the ASCB Underwrites Locally Organized Sessions

November 25, 2013

The Kanawha River cuts through Charleston, West Virginia, on its way north to join the Ohio. On this brilliant October…

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