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Scientists, put down your pipettes and get involved with ASPB!

Guest post by Lucas Vanhaelewyn, PhD candidate, Laboratory of Functional Plant Biology, Ghent University Being a scientist is a wonderful job, especially when your theory is suddenly confirmed on a gel, or when that fluorescent signal does get upregulated. Those moments highly compensate for those…

SURFing with ASPB: How fellowships and mentorship for undergraduates foster a more diverse and inclusive society

Hello ASPB members! If we haven’t met, or if you don’t follow me on Twitter (@PLANTasticPope), my name is Lauren Pope and I am a first-year graduate student in the Stanford Biosciences PhD program. While I am still rotating through labs during my first year at Stanford and am seemingly far from…