Vol 3. Issue 28 / September 27, 2004

Where Are They Now? Alumnus Steve Bark Focuses on Science and Service - Once a student at Scripps Research, Steve Bark now directs not one, but two of the institute's facilities.

Steve Head - Meet Director of the DNA Array Core Facility Steve Head.

Del Zoppo Wins Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award

Winzeler Wins Keck Distinguished Young Scholars Grant

Office of Graduate Studies Announces Fellowship Winners


Stem Cell Therapy Holds Promise for People with Untreatable Blindness

Mechanical Biology: Research on the Leading Edge

New "Clock Gene" Uncovered

Scripps Florida Introduces Innovative Programs and Recruits World-Class Scientists

Inflammation and the Brain

A Mystery Solved

In Memoriam:
Bernard M. Babior, 1935-2004

What Journalists Want

Turning a PAGE on Protein Dynamics

A New Wrinkle in Methamphetamine Abuse: Immune Tolerance - Researchers Kim Janda and Tobin Dickerson have discovered that the immune system may be able to recognize the illegal drug methamphetamine. "People who do lots of methamphetamine are basically vaccinating themselves against the drug," says Janda.