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Winners announced from ASBMB / FOR joint Hack Day ?>

Winners announced from ASBMB / FOR joint Hack Day

This post was written by Gary McDowell, Cara Weismann and Chris Pickett. The Boston Future of Research recently held its second symposium focusing on data collection and transparency regarding career opportunities in the scientific enterprise. The discussion covered the data that should be collected, by whom and for what purpose. The conversations also touched on the size, structure and composition of the research workforce and barriers to reform. On Oct. 24, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in…

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The ASBMB/FOR Hack Day is only 10 days away ?>

The ASBMB/FOR Hack Day is only 10 days away

Are you concerned about the job prospects for biomedical postdocs? Have you been frustrated by an apparent lack of data and information on career paths? Now is your chance to make your voice heard by taking part in the joint American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology / Future of Research Hack Day will be held on Saturday, Oct. 24. This national event will challenge groups of graduate students and postdocs to find innovative ways to capture and present data…

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Announcing the ASBMB/FOR Hack Day on Oct. 24 ?>

Announcing the ASBMB/FOR Hack Day on Oct. 24

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is pleased to announce a partnership with the Boston Future of Research to jointly host a Hack Day on Saturday, Oct. 24 to find innovative solutions to collecting data and tracking biomedical scientists throughout their careers. Graduate student and postdoc populations have increased significantly over the past several decades. However, the size and structure of the trainee population is not known. Furthermore, unemployment among biomedical Ph.D.s is below that of the general…

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