News & Updates

  • President’s Letter: Why Are You an ASPB Member?
    Why did you join ASPB? Why do you continue to be a member? We need to know the answers to these questions. As I mentioned in my first President’s Letter, there has been a slow but continuous erosion in membership over the past decade. It is vital that we understand ... Read More >
    January 8, 2018
  • Top altmetric scoring papers from The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology – 2017
    The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) is a not-for-profit member society, and the publisher of two the top plant science journals, The Plant Cell and Plant Physiology. ASPB is also a member of the Scientific Society Publisher Alliance (SSPA). Like other society-published journals, ASPB’s journals provide authors with the ... Read More >
    January 1, 2018
  • Fond farewell to Patti Lockhart, ASPB Managing Editor
    The staff and editorial boards of ASPB, The Plant Cell, and Plant Physiology would like to offer our appreciation and best wishes to Patti Lockhart, who is leaving her position as managing editor of the ASPB journals for a new opportunity at the Transportation Resource Board of the National Academies. ... Read More >
    December 18, 2017
  • Summer undergraduate researcher update (applications open now!)
    This article is by guest author Abigail Miller, whose ASPB-funded research has just been published in Nature Communications. Congratulations Abigail! Applications for the summer undergradate research fellowships are new being accepted, through March 15, 2018. Learn more here. The American Society of Plant Biologists Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship award (SURF) ... Read More >
    December 18, 2017