Under a new agreement between SIMB and Oxford University Press (OUP) beginning in January 2021, JIMB will be published by Oxford University Press (OUP) as an open access publication. Ramon Gonzalez, PhD, Editor-in-Chief of JIMB said, “On behalf of the Editorial Board of JIMB, I would like to express my excitement about this new partnership with OUP. The excellent digital capabilities and publishing experience of OUP will undoubtedly lead to an increase in the visibility, influence, and impact of the research being published by JIMB. We very much look forward to leveraging OUP resources to better serve authors, readers, reviewers, editors, and the SIMB community at large.”
See more by visiting the Oxford University Press announcement.
The submissions link for JIMB is now active and includes new terms for JIMB as an open access publication.
Link to the University of Wisconsin post.
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7/21/20 2020 SIMB Award Winners
Charles Thom Award – Nancy Keller, University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Wisconsin Announcement
Charles Porter Award – Debbie Yaver, Novozymes
Waksman Outstanding Teaching Award – Rajesh Sani, South Dakota School of Mines
SIMB Fellows (2) – Jonathan Mielenz, White Cliff Biosystems and Krishna Madduri, Corteva
SIMB Young Investigator Award – Kang Zhou, National University of Singapore
Dr. Lonnie O’Neal Ingram, who pioneered genetic engineering of bacteria for production of fuels and chemicals from inedible plant materials, passed away on June 25, 2020 at the age of 72 in Charleston, South Carolina. Dr. Ingram served as a Professor of microbiology at the University of Florida’s Microbiology and Cell Science Department (part of the Institute for Florida Agricultural Sciences) in Gainesville, Florida from 1972 through 2017, retiring as a Distinguished Professor. His scientific accomplishments were recognized by his induction into the National Academy of Sciences (2001), the American Society for Microbiology and the Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. Read the rest of this entry »