• VOL 11. ISSUE 38
    December 05, 2011

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Team Finds Weak Spot on Deadly Ebolavirus

“We suspect that we’ve found a key spot for neutralizing ebolaviruses,” says Associate Professor Erica Ollmann Saphire.

Sanford Consortium Opening Celebrates Stem Cell Research on the Mesa

The consortium brings together Scripps Research and four other institutions on San Diego’s Torrey Pines mesa to pursue projects in stem cell science.

Scientists Develop Brand New Class of Small Molecules through Innovative Chemistry

The discovery from the Micalizio lab has implications for modern drug discovery.

Scripps Florida Scientist Awarded $3.4 Million for HIV/AIDS Research

The grant to Assistant Professor Susana Valente will fund the study of a new compound that blocks a step of HIV replication not targeted by current therapies.

  • Scientists Identify New Class of Antimalarial Compounds
  • Team Achieves Critical Step for Opening Elusive Class of Compounds to Drug Discovery
  • From Curiosity to Click Chemistry: K. Barry Sharpless Forges His Own Way
  • The Molecular Architect: A Profile of Julius Rebek, Jr.
  • Scientists Discover Inflammation Is Controlled Differently in Brain and Other Tissues
  • From Immune System Discoveries to Nobel Message on Cell Phone
  • Paul Thompson: Uncovering the Mechanisms of Autoimmune Disease
  • Scientists Find Clue to Cause of Childhood Hydrocephalus
  • Team Discovers Treatable Mechanism Responsible for Often Deadly Response to Flu
  • Scientists Produce First Stem Cells From Endangered Species in Hopes of Strengthening Populations
  • Scientists Reengineer an Antibiotic to Overcome Dangerous Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
  • AIDS Researchers Isolate New Potent and Broadly Effective Antibodies Against HIV
  • Tenet Florida and Scripps Research Announce Collaboration to Build Academic Medical Center