Even tiny molecules can make for big news. As the premiere annual meeting of one of the world’s largest molecular life sciences societies, Discover BMB is your source for the latest insights into life’s inner workings.

Resources for reporters

Reporters are welcome to attend #DiscoverBMB in person or engage from afar. Wherever you are, there’s a place for you here.

Qualified reporters can enjoy:

  • Complimentary registration to attend Discover BMB in Seattle
  • Electronic access to embargoed materials
  • Dedicated liaisons to help you connect with leading experts

Register and follow

A press pass is your ticket for full access to the meeting and embargoed press materials.

  • Check our Media Policies (below) to see if you qualify for a press pass
  • Submit a Press Registration Form with your credentials
  • Watch your email for next steps and news tips

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Media policies

These guidelines outline the qualifications for obtaining a press pass to attend the Discover BMB meeting or access embargoed press materials electronically. Reporters attending the meeting in person are also required to comply with the Discover BMB code of conduct and photography and recording policy.

Journalists with reporter access to EurekAlert! and those with formal credentials, such as a press club badge, qualify for a press pass. Journalists who do not have press credentials or EurekAlert! access must submit two recent samples of their bylined work and provide a letter of assignment, on official letterhead, from the publication or broadcast outlet for which they are covering the Discover BMB meeting. Qualifying online outlets must provide content that is original and independent of advertising and sponsorship; personal websites do not qualify.

Press passes are not available to representatives of journals that do not contain news sections; editors of journals or other publications who do not edit their outlet’s news section; representatives of book, magazine or journal publishers; advertising and marketing representatives; or public information officers and individuals representing public relations firms. Such individuals must register through the main registration system and pay the required registration fees.

Discover BMB organizers reserve the right to limit the number of passes provided to any organization and the right to deny press pass requests.

Questions?

We’re here to help. Contact us at media@asbmb.org or 571-271-1986 (Anne Johnson, Media Liaison).

News updates

This is the place for the latest news from #DiscoverBMB. Check back for updates or register to get early access.