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From the journals: MCP
Journal News

From the journals: MCP

By Renae Crossing
Metals contaminate protein samples. Lipid droplets go haywire in Huntingtons. Nerve cells respond to stimulation. Read about these recent papers.
Annual Meeting

One on one: A Discover BMB mentoring experiment

Over three afternoons during the 50業子 meeting in Seattle, 38 mentors offered guidance in 103 half-hour appointments booked by 88 mentees.
One on one: A Discover BMB mentoring experiment

News and Ideas

The perfect storm
Feature

The perfect storm

Dec. 6, 2023

The world has 2023 Nobel laureates Katalin Karikó, Drew Weissman and others to thank for laying a foundation for the COVID-19 vaccine decades before the pandemic.

Throw your hat in the ring!
Annual Meeting

Throw your hat in the ring!

Dec. 6, 2023

Apply to speak at Discover BMB in Chicago in 2025.

How bacteria inhibit gene expression
Journal News

How bacteria inhibit gene expression

Dec. 5, 2023

Researchers show how altering activity of the transcription factor CarD can cause downregulation and upregulation of some genes.

In memoriam: Charles Kasper
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Charles Kasper

Dec. 4, 2023

He was a professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and an 50業子 member since 1970.

Building a chapter through community
Student Chapters

Building a chapter through community

Dec. 4, 2023

Olivia Miller sought to balance fun, education and outreach in student chapter activities at Otterbein University.

Where the heck did all those structures inside complex cells come from?
Feature

Where the heck did all those structures inside complex cells come from?

Dec. 3, 2023

Scientists agree that eons ago, a bacterium took up residence inside another cell and became its powerhouse, the mitochondrion. But there are competing theories about the birth of other organelles such as the nucleus and endoplasmic reticulum.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
Announcement

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Dec. 3, 2023

This week: Webinars on immune oncology, transcriptome sequencing analysis and more! Save the date: #DiscoverBMB late-breaking abstract submission begins Dec. 14.

Untangling the genetics that underlie our facial features
Feature

Untangling the genetics that underlie our facial features

Dec. 2, 2023

After turning up hundreds of genes with hard-to-predict effects, some scientists are now probing the grander developmental processes that shape face geometry.

There are unions for grad students?
Jobs

There are unions for grad students?

Dec. 1, 2023

They're multiplying and making headway in their effort to increase stipends and benefits.

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Building a chapter through community

Olivia Miller sought to balance fun, education and outreach in student chapter activities at Otterbein University. Read More

Insulin injections could one day be replaced with rock music
Bill Sullivan

Showalter Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology

Using mice, researchers engineered cells to release insulin in response to specific sound waves: the music of the band Queen. Read More

There are unions for grad students?
Courtney Chandler

Careers Columnist

They're multiplying and making headway in their effort to increase stipends and benefits. Read More

How bacteria inhibit gene expression

Researchers show how altering activity of the transcription factor CarD can cause downregulation and upregulation of some genes. Read More

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