Announcing the winners of the ASBMB Student Chapters T-shirt contest

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 ASBMB Student Chapters T-shirt contest! The winning design was “Viruses,” created by the Texas Tech University chapter. T-shirts featuring their design will be sold at the 2017 ASBMB annual meeting in Chicago. The chapter will receive 10 free T-shirts. Congratulations! The “Hipster Scientist” design created by…

Putting your best poster forward

By Jessica Waninger-Saroni, St. Mary’s University Jessica received honorable mention in the 2014 ASBMB poster competition for Enzyme Mechanisms and Chemical Biology Best Thematic Poster Award. She presented her poster, “The crystal structure of SOD5; an unusual copper-only superoxide dismutase.” After countless hours spent in the lab doing experimental procedures, it can seem daunting to…

From a Common Science Student to a Campus Leader

By Paula Rincon Many undergraduates think of school as a place to attend lectures, take exams, and receive homework assignments. Science majors especially devote long hours to studying because they usually intend to pursue graduate degrees whose admission requirements emphasize a strong GPA and academic honors that can only be achieved through hard work. But…