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Below please find archived issues of The Scripps Research Institute's magazine Endeavor, published through Spring 2009.

Endeavor: Vol. 12 No. 1

Scripps Florida Opens
Scripps Florida Speaks Out: A Roundtable Discussion
The Discoveries of Tomorrow

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Endeavor: Vol. 11 No. 3

Out of Africa: Erica Ollmann Saphire Takes the Path Less Traveled with Ebola
Moving Genetics Forward: Bruce Beutler Discovers the Beauty of Calculated Surprises
Watching the Dark: Claes Wahlestedt Finds Answers in Unexpected Places
Permanent Ghosts: Mark Mayford Pinpoints the Stuff of Memory

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Endeavor: Vol. 11 No. 2

Searching for a Faster Antidepressant: Tamas Bartfai Makes His Mark on the Next Big Challenge
Star-Crossed Pair: Paul Kenny Untangles the Ties Between Depression and Addiction
Genes of the Mind: Beth Thomas Looks for Ways to Get Ahead of Neuropsychiatric Diseases

Endeavor: Vol. 11 No. 1

Tracking Breast Cancer Metastasis: Brunhilde Felding-Habermann Sets Her Sights on Therapies to Stop Tumors from Spreading
Moving Forward: John Cleveland Seizes Opportunities in Cancer Research at Scripps Florida
Putting Together the Big Picture: Nicholas Schork Searches the Genetic Code for Clues about Cancer

Endeavor: Vol. 10 No. 2

How to Save the Planet: New Approaches to Preventing the Spread of Futurre Epidemics
On the Cusp of Regeneration: Sheng Ding Unlocks the Secrets of Stem Cells
The New World: Corinne Lazmezas Explores the Strange Landscape of Prion Diseases
Getting Creative with Chemistry: Phil Baran Follows His Passion

Endeavor: Vol. 10 No. 1

Resetting the Dial: Bruno Conti Gives Life Expectancy a New Twist
The Problem with Wear and Tear: Martin Lotz Examines Osteoarthritis
Unclogging the Drain: Malcolm Leissring Explores New Approaches to Alzheimer's Disease

Endeavor: Vol. 9 No. 3

Vaccinating Against Obesity: Study Offers Potential New Approach to Counter Weight Gain and Yo-yo Dieting
Getting to the Root of Friedreich's Ataxia: Joel Gottesfeld Comes Full Circle
Structures Working For and Against Us: Ian Wilson Reveals the Shapes of Present and Future Pandemics
Fishing in Troubled Waters: Michael Oldstone Reels in Clues to the Ravages of Prion Disease

Endeavor: Vol. 9 No. 2

The Power of Sugar and Fat: Eric Zorrilla Explores Evolution Gone Wrong
A Matter of Balance: Layton Smith Probes Fat at the Molecular Level
What Lies Beneath: Natasha Kralli Examines the Intricacies of Metabolism

Endeavor: Vol. 9 No. 1

Exploring a New Genetic World: Claes Wahlestedt Ventures Beyond the Central Dogma
Looking for a Job Description for RNA: John Hogenesch Brings New Tools to the Task
The Remaking of RNA: Martha Fedor Connects Form and Function

Endeavor: Vol. 8 No. 4

Fat, Brains, and Pregnancy: Jerold Chun Makes Some Surprising Connections
Breathing Easier: Hugh Rosen’s Work May Help Potential Victims of “Shock Lung”
The Pragmatist: Floyd Romesberg Offers a New Take 0n Evolution

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Endeavor: Vol. 8 No. 3

Shaping the Growing Mind: Shelley Halpain Uncovers the Forces Behind Fragile X Syndrome
Folding and Misfolding: William Balch Offers a New Perspective on Cystic Fibrosis
The Trouble with Malaria: Elizabeth Winzeler Battles an Elusive Killer

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Endeavor: Vol. 8 No. 2

Political Science: Don Mosier Confronts the Problems of AIDS Research Launching Therapeutic Drugs
Into Inner Space: Scripps Research Team Uses Virus-based Nanoparticles to Target Tumors
Attacking an Epidemic: A Closer Look at SARS

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Endeavor: Vol. 8 No. 1

An Antidote for Addiction: Kim Janda Uses the Immune System to Fight Drug Abuse
Working to Understand the Brain’s Role in Alcohol Dependence: George Koob and Barbara Mason Search for Treatments That Work Over the Long-Term
The Seeker: Friedbert Weiss Looks for Answers in Hope of Preventing and Treating Addiction

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Endeavor: Vol. 7 No. 3

Research Offers New Hope in the Search to Treat Blindness: Martin Friedlander Explores the Potential of Stem Cell Therapy for Restoring Vision
Working to Solve the Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Puzzles: Jeffery Kelly Proposes a New Explanation for Neurological Disorders
Value Added: David Cheresh Conducts Basic Research with Therapeutic Potential
At the Roots of Alcoholism: Cindy Ehlers Finds Molecular Answers to an Urgent Social Problem

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Endeavor: Vol. 7 No. 2

Why Do Our Cells Betray Us? Dong-Er Zhang Works Toward Better Leukemia Treatment
Going Where Science Takes You: Dave Loskutoff Follows a Surprising Path to Understanding Blood Clotting, Heart Disease, Obesity, and Cancer
Hitting the Charts: Gregory del Zoppo Sets His Sights on Improving Outcome for Stroke Patients

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Endeavor: Vol. 7 No. 1

Focusing on What’s Important: Ken Fish Targets Schizophrenia Beyond the Brain
John Polich Tackles Philosophy with Science Anatomy of a Brain Department
Gerald Edelman and His Colleagues Address the Fundamentals

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Endeavor: Vol. 6 No. 3

Ozone at the Heart of Human Health: Basic Research Leads to a Surprising Discovery
Pushing the limits of the Genetic Code: Biology Isn't What it Used to Be
It Had to Work: Determination Fuels Scripps Research Scientists' Quest for AIDS Vaccine

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Endeavor: Vol. 6 No. 2

Patchwork: Carlos Barbas III Pieces Together Diverse Research in Chemical Biology
Beyond Conventional Wisdom: Libby Getzoff and Protein Crystallography
Origins of Life: Fifty Years Back, Several Billion Years Since

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Endeavor: Vol. 6 No. 1

A Medical Doctor in the Lab: Argyios Theofilopoulos Examines Lupus
Forty-One Years and Counting: Charles Cochrane and the Growth of the Department of Immunology
A Sense of Wonder: Gary Bokoch's Focus on Fundamentals

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Endeavor: Vol. 5 No. 3

Year in Review: 2002
Of NMR and the Nobel: An Interview with 2002 Laureate Kurt Wüthrich

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Endeavor: Vol. 5 No. 2

In Pursuit of the Molecular Culprits of Type 1 Diabetes: Three researchers seek clues to the mysteries of autoimmune disease
The Lure of Exploration: Bruce Beutler's quest to understand innate immunity
Renaissance Man: Frank Chisari brings his skills to the challenge of hepatitis B and C

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Endeavor: Vol. 5 No. 1

Building Codes: Cutting-edge molecular microscopy center opens
A Better View: Richard Ulevitch opens window into immune system's response to infection
Scripps Cancer Center: Responding to the challenges presented by research breakthroughs

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Endeavor: Vol. 4 No. 2

Year in Review 2001
President's Introduction
2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry: K. Barry Sharpless, Ph.D.
Scientific Highlights: Cell Biology, Chemistry, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Molecular & Experimental Medicine, Neurobiology, Neuropharmacology, The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology, Vascular Biology, Graduate Studies Program, Development Report

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Endeavor: Vol. 4 No. 1

Back to Basics: Creating synergies in the laboratory of Tamas Bartfai
Integrated Neurobiology: Steven Henriksen's approach to scientific inquiry
Bench Work: And James Quigley's process of life-long learning

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Endeavor: Vol. 3 No. 2

Year in Review 2000
President's Introduction
Scientific Highlights: Cell Biology, Chemistry, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Molecular & Experimental Medicine, Neurobiology, Neuropharmacology, The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology, Vascular Biology, Graduate Studies Program, Financial Report, Development Report

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Endeavor: Vol. 3 No. 1

Mining the Riches of Science: In the laboratory of Sandra Schmid
Focus on Retinal Eye Diseases: The perspective of Martin Friedlander
Where Organic Chemistry Meets Biology: The laboratory of Kim Janda

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Endeavor: Vol. 2 No. 1

Steve Kay, Ph.D.: With the Triffids
Fighting HIV: In the laboratory of Donald Mosier, M.D., Ph.D.
Discovering the RNA World: The perspective of James Williams, Ph.D.

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Endeavor: Vol. 1 No. 2

Ernest Beutler, M.D.: Making a difference in genetic disease
The World Not Seen: Inside the Molecular Graphics Laboratory
Taking Risks in Science ad Life: The perspective of Jeff Kelly, Ph.D.

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Endeavor: Vol. 1 No. 1

Secrets of the Origins of Life: The work of Paul Schimmel
Leaps of Faith: Peter Vogt's fusion of art and science
Deadly Emerging Viruses: TSRI scientists investigate new therapies