New Method Enlists Electricity for Easier, Cheaper, Greener Chemistry In contrast to traditional methods, the new technique is easily scalable and uses only inexpensive, safe chemicals, along with old-fashioned electrochemistry—driving a reaction with an electric current.
Scientists Reveal Secrets of a Deadly Virus Family The findings could guide development of treatments for Lassa fever.
Team Predicts Cell Changes that Affect Breast Cancer GrowthThe findings advance more effective structure-based drug design against cancers.
New Molecule-Building Method from TSRI Opens Up Vast Realm of Chemistry for Pharma and Other IndustriesCarbon-carbon coupling made easy.
Wellderly Study Suggests Link Between Genes That Protect Against Cognitive Decline and Overall Healthy Aging The first results from the Scripps Translational Science Institute's Wellderly study have been published by the journal Cell.
New Project Helps Researchers Build a Biomedical KnowledgebaseA TSRI team is tackling the problem of disjointed data using Wikidata, a public, editable database.
Scientists Get First-Ever Glimpse of 'Teenage' HIV-Neutralizing AntibodyThe new knowledge of the evolution and key traits of anti-HIV antibodies could help researchers in the design of a vaccine to prevent AIDS.
Facing an Opioid EpidemicA personal story of a family affected by opioid addiction—and the research to help addicts quit for good.