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Adapt or die: Can evolution outrun climate change? - CBS News


CBS News
Across the planet, animal and plant species are on the run. A rapidly changing climate is shifting when and where plants blossom, and forcing creatures big and small to migrate and learn new tactics for survival. It's a trend that's likely to ...

Students Inducted into Honor Society, Present Research at American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology ... - Wesleyan Connection (blog)


Wesleyan Connection (blog)
Seven Wesleyan students recently were inducted into the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Honor Society, and many of them presented research posters at the ASBMB annual meeting in San Diego, April 21–25. The ASBMB ...

Marine Biology Club Becomes Marine Conservation Society - Chargerbulletin


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The Marine Conservation Society, formerly the Marine Biology Club founded in 2009, made its debut with a new name, logo, and mission statement this week. Kyle DeGennaro, a senior marine biology major and president of the Marine Conservation Society ...

Canadian Biochemical Society (CBS)

Ottawa, Ontario - Canada

The Canadian Biochemical Society (CBS) was first conceived by a group of biochemists attending the Canadian Physiological Society meeting held at the University of Ottawa on October 9th, 1957. The purpose of this new society was to foster the science of biochemistry. Our first President was Professor A.M. Wynne, head of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto and our first meeting was held at Queen's University the following summer under the auspices of the Canadian Federation of Biological Societies (CFBS), which was formed in 1958 with the CBS as a founding member.
Management of the Canadian Biochemical Society is vested in a Council which consists of a President, Vice-President, Past-President, Treasurer, Secretary and six Councillors. Since the inception of our Society, forty eminent Biochemists have held the Presidency. Membership to the Council is by election in an annual ballot by Society members. Council members serve a three year term; the holder of the office of Vice-President passes annually in turn to President and then Past-President. The Society is governed by a constitution and a set of by-laws and is mandated to be bicultural.

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