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Slashing Science: a Disturbing Vision for the American Future

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Slashing Science: a Disturbing Vision for the American Future

The President's budget, by slashing science investments, will consequently hinder evidence-based policy making

Stefano Bertuzzi - avatar Stefano Bertuzzi

Microscopy Meets Photography, 200 Years Later

Microbial Sciences

Microscopy Meets Photography, 200 Years Later

Who took the first photograph through a microscope and who took the first photograph of a microbe?

Scott Chimileski - avatar Scott Chimileski microscopy, photography

Submit Your Best Work on Science Communication to JMBE

Teaching Microbiology

Submit Your Best Work on Science Communication to JMBE

If you work in the crucial field of science communication, or know someone who does, now is your chance to have your work published alongside your peers’ in a special...

Education - avatar Education Education, JMBE, SciComm

ASM Urges Increased Investment in Research in the President’s Budget

Press Releases

ASM Urges Increased Investment in Research in the President’s Budget

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) is deeply concerned that the Administration’s proposal to cut funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) by $5.8 billion, nearly a 20% reduction...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications Research and Development Budgets

Testing staphylococci for oxacillin resistance - why is it so complicated?

Clinical Microbiology: Bugs & Drugs

Testing staphylococci for oxacillin resistance - why is it so complicated?

Have you ever encountered an isolate of Staphylococcus that gave you seemingly discordant susceptibility results? You'd be lying if you said "no"! Learn how your lab can sort out staphylococcal susceptibility testing dilemmas.

Romney Humphries - avatar Romney Humphries

Obesity affects infectious disease outcome and treatment

mBiosphere

Obesity affects infectious disease outcome and treatment

Two new Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy reports cover the effects of obesity on infectious disease. They find obesity affects the patient response to antibiotics and recommend modifications that might improve...

Julie Wolf - avatar Julie Wolf

The Public Goods Dilemma - TWiM 147

TWiM

The Public Goods Dilemma - TWiM 147

Why phosphorus is essential for fungal brain disease, and how bacteria kill local competitors to favor the evolution of public goods cooperation.

Vincent Racaniello - avatar Vincent Racaniello TWiM, Fungi

ASM on U.S. Immigration Policy Concerns

ASM News

ASM on U.S. Immigration Policy Concerns

The mission of the ASM is to promote and advance the microbial sciences, in the United States and worldwide. ASM continues to champion science diplomacy and promote international partnerships in the...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications

Connecting the Food Supply and Urinary Tract Infections

mBiosphere

Connecting the Food Supply and Urinary Tract Infections

An Applied and Environmental Microbiology study  found ubiquitous contamination of chicken products in the United States with clinically relevant E. coli strains, which has implications for urinary tract infection transmission. A...

Julie Wolf - avatar Julie Wolf

Importance of Rare Microbial Species is Much Greater than You Think

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Importance of Rare Microbial Species is Much Greater than You Think

The rare bacterial species in a microbial community—species that each make up rarely more than one tenth of one percent of the entire population—play a very important role in ecosystem...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications

Classroom Idea: The Microbiome and March Madness

Teaching Microbiology

Classroom Idea: The Microbiome and March Madness

What do March Madness and the human microbiome have in common? Both are elements of a lab activity for an upper-division microbiology course.

Education - avatar Education Education, ASMCUE, microbiome

Accepted Papers in ASM’s Open Access Journals Are Flagged in bioRxiv

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Accepted Papers in ASM’s Open Access Journals Are Flagged in bioRxiv

Manuscripts accepted through the newly launched mSphereDirect path in ASM’s open access journal mSphere, that also have an associated preprint posted in bioRxiv are noted as ‘accepted for publication in...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications

Picking Lab Rotations: Dating in Graduate School

Careers

Picking Lab Rotations: Dating in Graduate School

Your first year of graduate school will probably consist of taking classes and doing lab rotations, a trial period to assess a lab and its people, while they assess you...

ASM Careers - avatar ASM Careers

Why Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Early-Career Faculty Should Attend ASMCUE

Teaching Microbiology

Why Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Early-Career Faculty Should Attend ASM…

In 2012, Dr. Amy Briggs, an Assistant Professor of Biology at Beloit College attended the ASM Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) for the first time. “That conference was transformational for...

Education - avatar Education Education, ASMCUE

Hot Topics in Clinical Microbiology: Clostridium difficile

Clinical Microbiology: Bugs & Drugs

Hot Topics in Clinical Microbiology: Clostridium difficile

Scientists are searching for better antimicrobial therapies, diagnostic assays, and prevention tactics for the increasing issue of Clostridium difficile infection. This Hot Topics highlights ASM resources to stay up-to-date on the latest...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications

JMBE’s Call for Science Communication Manuscripts

ASM News

JMBE’s Call for Science Communication Manuscripts

The Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education (JMBE) is pleased to announce a Call for Manuscripts for a Science Communication themed issue. Submit your manuscript today!

Claudia Ratti - avatar Claudia Ratti

Poops viruses and worms - TWiV 433

TWiV

Poops viruses and worms - TWiV 433

TWiV explores the evolution of our fecal virome, and the antiviral RNA interference response in the nematode C. elegans.

Vincent Racaniello - avatar Vincent Racaniello C elegans, Virology

Global Transcriptional Response of Acinetobacter baumannii to Light Exposure

mBiosphere

Global Transcriptional Response of Acinetobacter baumannii to Light Exposur…

Light exposure affects A. baumannii drug susceptibility and pathogenesis in vitro. A new Journal of Bacteriology study on the A. baumannii global transcriptional response during light exposure may explain these observations.

Julie Wolf - avatar Julie Wolf

Human kindness, river blindness - TWiP 129

TWiP

Human kindness, river blindness - TWiP 129

TWiP solves the case of the Australian Wildlife Carer, and review evidence that nodding syndrome may be caused by an autoimmune reaction to the parasitic worm that causes river blindness.

Vincent Racaniello - avatar Vincent Racaniello Parasites

Public Policy Brief - March 15, 2017

Policy Briefs

Public Policy Brief - March 15, 2017

Public and Scientific Affairs Board - avatar Public and Scientific Affairs Board

From Academia to National Labs and Federal Air Force Bases

Careers

From Academia to National Labs and Federal Air Force Bases

When Bryan Crable was a graduate student, he attended an ASM conference and learned about research in the government sector at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He later decided to do...

Eleanor M. Jennings - avatar Eleanor M. Jennings

73 Fellows Elected to the American Academy of Microbiology

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73 Fellows Elected to the American Academy of Microbiology

In February, the American Academy of Microbiology elected 73 new Fellows. Fellows of the Academy are elected annually through a highly selective, peer-review process, based on their records of scientific achievement...

ASM Communications - avatar ASM Communications

 

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