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Top five of 2017: Most popular blog posts of the year

Here is a list of the top five most-viewed blog posts of 2017 in descending order. From the shift in no-deadlines to highlighting innovative broader impact activities, this blog features exciting science, news, and opportunities generated or supported by MCB. See what you’ve been missing!

1.   YEAR-ROUND PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS (NO-DEADLINES) COMING TO MCB IN 2018

A timeline of the changes to come over the next two yearsRolling MCB proposal submissions to be implemented in 2018.
478 views.
Published Oct 5 under “Funding and Service.”

2.   BROADENING THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE

2_Most Popular Posts 2017Above and beyond basic science: Dr. Raj designing a science communication tool called Slideboards at UPenn, and Dr. Neiman and Dr. Schoerning creating a Science Booster Club at UIowa.
328 views.
Published May 12 under “Broader Impacts.”

3.   “YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE A HOBBY”

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Dr. Skop of UW-Madison emphasizes work/life balance, and incorporating your passion into your science.
300 views.
Published Dec. 12 under “Broader Impacts.”

4.   MCB WELCOMES DR. MICHAEL WEINREICH, PROGRAM DIRECTOR: GENETIC MECHANISMS CLUSTER


I headshot style photo of Michael, he is smiling into the camera. He is wearing a blue shirt and glasses and is siting in a library with shelves, a computer, and students strudying in the background.From NSF grantee, then panelist/reviewer, to the inside scoop:  meet Dr. Weinreich as he embarks on his new role at NSF.
287 views.
Published June 2 under “Getting to Know MCB.”

5.  NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: MCB INVESTIGATOR-INITIATED RESEARCH
(NSF 17-589)

5_Most Popular Posts 2017

The 2017 MCB call for grant proposals:  program synopsis.
284 views.
Published Aug. 18 under “Funding and Service.”