RSC Chemical Biology 2022 Outstanding Paper Award

In September, RSC Chemical Biology announced the winning publication of their 2022 Outstanding Paper Award, which was selected by the journal’s Editorial Board and intended to highlight a publication in RSC Chemical Biology with both strong scientific merits and a large potential future impact on the field as a whole. The winning paper was: “OligoTRAFTACs: A generalizable method for transcription factor degradation,” from Kusal T. G. Samarasinghe, Elvira An, Miriam A. Genuth, Ling Chu, Scott A. Holley, and Craig M. Crews.

To honor the recipients of this award, RSC Chemical Biology is presenting an upcoming webinar at 12:00 PM on Tuesday, November 21st, featuring a presentation from the paper’s corresponding author, Prof. Craig Crews (Yale University), as well as a presentation from Prof. Michelle Arkin (University of California, San Francisco), an Editorial Board Member for RSC Chemical Biology.

If you are interested in learning more about the webinar, click here to see the post on the RSC Chemical Biology Blog, and click here to register for the event.

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