The magazine of the ASBMB, the Australian Biochemist, keeps members up-to-date with relevant scientific and personal news in Australia and abroad. It provides information to members on upcoming events and conferences, high impact research publications, education, Society awards and medals, news and views, competitions, member profiles, state activities, Special Interest Groups and more.
The magazine is published in April, August and December each year and is available in PDF on this webpage. Publication Schedule for the Australian Biochemist.
For specific enquiries regarding the Australian Biochemist, please contact the Editor, Tatiana Soares da Costa (email@example.com), or the Editorial Officer, Liana Friedman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Current Issue: August 2019
Table of Contents
|7||Publications with Impact|
|Distinct Mechanisms Govern Recognition of Viral and Host Ligands by an Innate Immune Receptor|
|Buying Time for Contractile Signaling|
|Genetic Stutters, Gut Feelings and Neurodegenerative Disease|
|11||Off the Beaten Track|
|Why it Sometimes Pays to Work for Money|
|14||ASBMB Education Feature|
|Glycogen Builder: the Game|
|Making a Drama Out of Biochemistry|
|From the Whiteboard to the Conference: Scaffolding Conference-style Poster Presentations|
|The Importance of Blue Sky Research|
|20||ASBMB 2019 International Plenary Speaker Profiles|
|22||ASBMB 2019 Symposium Speakers|
|23||Melbourne Protein Group: an ASBMB Special Interest Group|
|24||ASBMB Shimadzu Education Award Report|
|Patenting Inventions in the Microbiome Space|
|29||Queen’s Birthday Honours for ASBMB Members|
|31||ASBMB Awards 2020|
|33||Election of Council 2020|
|33||Annual General Meeting of ASBMB|
|34||New ASBMB Members|
|36||Our Sustaining Members|
Golden Jubilee Issue:
In honour of the 50th anniversary of the ASBMB, an historical Golden Jubilee issue of the Australian Biochemist was published in August 2005. This commemorative issue highlights the achievements of the Society over the past 50 years in the context of the rapid advances in biochemistry and molecular biology. To access this freely available Golden Jubilee issue, click here.