Month: August 2019
Month: August 2019
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is recruiting two freelancers to write about careers and a dozen or more volunteers to write about health topics.
Guest post | Research shows that individuals with mentors have improved academic, social and economic prospects. For women in the STEM fields, this becomes increasingly important as young women look to role models to help them gain their confidence and increase opportunities in STEM fields. It is even more important when we see that the gender gap in STEM emerges as early as elementary school! UC Davis is strongly committed to changing this.
Earlier this year, we received a grant to help us to create and launch a program we call Snap The Gap.
Guest post | The Lurie Prize in Biomedical Sciences, presented by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, recognizes the outstanding achievement of a promising young scientist in biomedical research. Nominations of scientists deserving of the $100,000 prize are due by 5 p.m. Eastern on Sept. 12.
Guest post | Join us as a mentor for the 2019–2020 BioBuilderClub season!
BioBuilder Educational Foundation is seeking STEM-minded, volunteer mentors to support BioBuilderClub high school students.
Guest post | Abstracts are now being accepted, and registration is open, for the 2nd Nuclear Receptors Conference: New Roles for Nuclear Receptors in Development, Health and Disease.
If you’re hoping to score one of the 45 oral presentations slots at the annual meeting of the Society for Redox Biology and Medicine in November, it’s time to get serious about writing your abstract. Submissions are due Sept. 5.
The Fulbright Program in Israel, which is funded by the United States and Israeli governments to promote cultural exchange and academic excellence, is looking for the brightest and most innovative scholars planning to pursue research in Israel.