Newsletter Archive

Preserving Data: Who’s Got Your Back(up)?

February 16, 2016
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Data management has become an essential part of research. Scientists need to be able to rely on their data infrastructures…

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On Cell Biology and Awesomeness – By Peter Walter

February 16, 2016

What is cell biology? I get this question frequently when I speak about my profession with people outside the inner circles of…

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Your Donation to ASCB Goes a Long Way

February 16, 2016

In 2015 your generous, tax-deductible donations helped provide Postdoctoral Travel Awards, Graduate Student Travel Awards, Junior Faculty Travel Awards, Minority…

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Top Stories from the ASCB Post

February 16, 2016

Brain Cancer Self-Organizes into Streams, Swirls, and Spheres Brain cancer is not anarchy, a leaderless mob of deranged cells storming…

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Upcoming Local Meetings

February 16, 2016

ASCB is pleased to provide funds for graduate students, postdocs, and community college instructors to organize one-day local meetings. Such…

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Jane Lubchenco’s Keynote at ASCB 2015

February 16, 2016

Not Every Scientist Should Do Public Communications, But All Scientists Should Support Those Who Do—Jane Lubchenco’s Keynote at ASCB 2015…

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Porter Lecture: What’s True about the Canonical Genome, Except When It’s Not

February 16, 2016

The book world usually provides the metaphors for genomics, likening genes to words or chapters, but in his Keith Porter…

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From the COPD Clinic to the Dicty Lab, Corrine Kliment Travels in Search of a Breakthrough for Deadly Lung Disease

February 16, 2016

They can be housed in the same complex or even the same building, but the usual distance between basic research…

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From Aeronautical Engineering to Cell Biology, Mary Teruel Wants to Know How Things Work

February 16, 2016
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Mary Frances Nunez Teruel graduated with a PhD in Aeronautical Engineering from Stanford University in 1996. A decade later, she…

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Celldance 2015 Basks in the Golden Age of Cell Imaging

February 16, 2016

Cell biology research comes in all shapes and methods these days, but a common pursuit unites many labs—they make awesome…

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