By Nadine Gombakomba The 21st annual Undergraduate Poster Competition was held on April 22, 2017, at the ASBMB annual meeting in Chicago. More than 200 undergraduates presented their research. One winner and four honorable mentions were selected in four research categories. Category 1: Proteins and Enzymes Winner: Sarah Glass, Kalamazoo College Honorable mention: Sarah Baker, University…
By Kristian Teichert Editor’s note: The Northeast Regional Meeting was supported by the ASBMB Student Chapters Regional Meeting Award. The 2017 application deadline is Jan. 13. On Oct. 16, 2016, the ASBMB student chapter at Northeastern University hosted the ASBMB Student Chapters Northeast Regional Meeting, called The Active Site. The purpose of this meeting was…
By Andrea Anastasio, ASBMB The 20th annual ASBMB Undergraduate Poster Competition was on April 2, 2016 at the San Diego Convention Center. Over two hundred undergraduates from across the country competed.
By Erica Siebrasse, ASBMB Learning how to network can feel intimidating but it becomes easier with practice.
By Andrea, Anastasio, ASBMB Morgan Stark, Otterbein University, is a recipient of the 2015 ASBMB Undergraduate Research award. Morgan shares on the importance of undergraduate research experience.
By Andrea Anastasio, ASBMB Elizabeth Brown, St. Olaf College, is a recipient of the 2015 ASBMB Undergraduate Research award. She shares her plans for continuing her love of research.
By Shane Falcinelli, University of Maryland, College Park So you have been accepted to that summer research internship you applied for? Congratulations! You have worked hard to get to this point. But now what? You may have questions like these: “How can I be successful this summer? Will my supervisor like me? What will be…
By Andrea Anastasio, ASBMB Kaelan Brennan, Purdue University, is a recipient of the 2015 ASBMB Undergraduate Research award. He shares how his love of science began and offers advice to undergraduates thinking of pursuing research.
By P.H. Grey In May, an undergrad who spent three years in our lab finished her last experiment and made the last update in her lab notebook. It was a bittersweet day.
By Kathleen Ackert, Siena College “I think.” These two words were humbly written in Charles Darwin’s field journal, just above what we now call the first phylogenetic tree. Charles Darwin made a set of observations about birds when he first arrived in the Galápagos Islands that still hold true today.