Translational Science In Action

As a Translational Science Ph.D. student, one of the most common questions that people often ask, is what kind of language do we translate?
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Bringing Biology to Chemists: Mooberry Lab takes on the American Society of Pharmacognosy Meeting

Corena Shaffer writes about her experience at the American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) Annual Meeting.
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GSBS Office Volunteers at San Antonio Food Bank

GSBS staff volunteering at the San Antonio Food Bank. Special thank you to Marcus Webster for organizing it! We ended up completing 1200 boxes and 25 palettes.
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Homemade Microscopes and Glowing Germs at Cafe College

A group of graduate students from the Initiative on Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) program volunteered on July 25 at CafA© College.
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Graduate Students Volunteer at Boys and Girls Clubhouse

Graduate students volunteered at the Eastside Boys & Girls Club and did several science experiments.
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From San Antonio To Vancouver: Going to The OHBM Conference

Jodie Gray, Eithan Kotkowski and Tom Vanasse traveled to Vancouver, Canada to present their research at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping conference.
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The Ability of Opportunity and Environment to Transform Futures

Amanda MuA±oz talks about starting a new chapter in her life.
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Lost in Translation: Politics, Science, and Bad Communication

Most people hailed the March for Science a success. While the turnout was nearly as impressive as the event's intentions, Ahsan Choudary believes that it may hurt science.
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