Learning the Value of Science
Incoming summer interns get a crash course on grant funding: What to do with a million dollars?

On Press: Scientists Create 22-Amino Acid Bacterium
This proof-of-principle opens the door for making proteins within the context of living cells with three, four, or more additional amino acids.

San Diego City Schools Honor Scripps Research
San Diego City Schools honored Scripps Research Institute with an A+ Award for "exemplary support and commitment to Partnerships in Education."

Chen Receives Graduate Fellowship
Doctoral candidate Jason Chen has received a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship. His application was selected from more than 3,200 entries.

A Common Cold for the Cure?
Associate Professor Glen Nemerow works with a pathogen that causes the common cold, the adenovirus, which has proven to be a useful tool for understanding a host of scientific problems.