The ASBMB Sustainability Summit

Training periods and trainee populations have increased over the past decade despite stagnant federal funding, resulting in a research workforce that is expanding beyond the capacity of the available funding to support it. A variety of groups have written reports describing these problems in great detail and made a series of recommendations to fix them.…

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…

ASBMB partners with student science policy group

Today, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has announced it is partnering with the National Science Policy Group, a national network of student-run science policy groups. The ASBMB and the NSPG will work together to help students understand science policy and how the federal government affects their careers.