Vol 3. Issue 30 / October 11, 2004

Noted Swedish Scientist to Join Scripps Florida Faculty - "I'm very much looking forward to pursuing my work in Palm Beach County among some of the most respected researchers in the world," says Professor Claes Wahlestedt.

Antibody Production Facility Stands Behind Its Work - "No one will be wasting money by coming here," says Diane Kubitz, director of the Antibody Production Core Facility at Scripps Research, which offers campus investigators high-quality, efficient, and individualized service.



NIH Awards $14.5 Million, Five-Year Grant to Scripps Research

A New Wrinkle in Methamphetamine Abuse: Immune Tolerance

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

Study Suggests Component of Volcanic Gas May Have Played a Significant Role in the Origins of Life on Earth - Scientists are reporting a possible answer to a longstanding question—how did the first amino acids form the first peptides?