All of our news stories are assigned by editors to willing contributors. If you wish to be considered as a contributor for news, submit a letter containing your qualifications and add a headline specifying which of the three news sections you'd prefer. (You are welcome to declare interest in all three sections.)
Research findings and developments articles are short (usually around 500 words) and cover new research findings published in non-ASBMB journals and other developments of interest to those in the biochemistry and molecular biology community. They are assigned by the editor to willing contributors.
Journal news articles are usually around 500 words and cover new research findings, scientific memoirs and reviews published in ASBMB journals. They are assigned by the editor to willing contributors.
Lipid news articles are usually around 500 words and solicited from members of the lipid research community. They come in two formats. The narrative format highlights new, important advances in lipid research of interest to those outside of the field. The Q&A format highlights the important, new work of a single researcher.