Welcoming vibes for all
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Welcoming vibes for all

By Subash Khadka
In San Antonio, Ph.D. student Subhash Khadka has found restaurants serving food from around the world – including his native Nepal.
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San Antonio, my new home

Audrey Lamb reflects on her family’s pandemic-era move to Texas and recommends things to see and do while you’re in town for Discover BMB.
San Antonio, my new home

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'The perfect place to do science'
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'The perfect place to do science'

Oct. 31, 2023

Thiago Pasin, a postdoc at UTSA and native of Brazil, has found that the street language in San Antonio isn’t just English.

Beauty at a geographic intersection
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Beauty at a geographic intersection

Oct. 30, 2023

Sandeep Burma, a recent transplant to San Antonio, loves the nature preserves and trails just outside his neurosurgery research lab.

A place for growth and collaboration
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A place for growth and collaboration

Oct. 30, 2023

Cynthia Veliz, the first member of her family to attend college, is a senior research assistant at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

How DNA structure controls CRISPR
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How DNA structure controls CRISPR

Oct. 29, 2023

Montana State scientists publish research on CRISPR DNA bending.

Calendar of events, awards and opportunities
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Calendar of events, awards and opportunities

Oct. 29, 2023

This week: ASBMB's virtual career expo, virtual conference on serine proteases & GEN webinar on HX-MS! Just added: 15th international symposium on proteomics in the life sciences.

You say genome editing, I say natural mutation
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You say genome editing, I say natural mutation

Oct. 28, 2023

A Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory plant geneticist and computational biologist teamed up to decipher the unpredictability of natural and engineered mutations in tomatoes.

A place with plentiful research support
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A place with plentiful research support

Oct. 27, 2023

Zoe Hoffpauir, a postdoc at UTSA, is a native Texan who studies essential bacterial enzymes and makes San Antonio memories with her son.

A good place to live and to study cancer
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A good place to live and to study cancer

Oct. 27, 2023

Jason Liu was attracted to San Antonio by good start-up funding for cancer researchers.

ASBMB weighs in on policy changes for dual-use research
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ASBMB weighs in on policy changes for dual-use research

Oct. 26, 2023

The society applauds initial steps to harmonize policies on infectious disease-related research but urges policymakers to provide clearer guidance to the scientific community.

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