Vol 5. Issue 18 / May 23, 2005

Questions in Scientific Publishing: An Interview with Floyd Bloom - On the occasion of his commencement address, News&Views spoke with Floyd Bloom, who is editor-in-chief of Brain Research and former editor-in-chief of Science Magazine, on a subject of interest to many Ph.D. graduates—scientific publishing.

Scripps Florida Launches "Science Saturday" - Scripps Florida hosts high school students, who declare DNA "cool."

Burton Elected to American Academy of Microbiology

Brownell, Thompson Win NSF Fellowships



Speed and Detection

Sweet Recognition

Kenan Charitable Trust Gives $200,000 for Scripps Florida Education Outreach Programs

Aneuploidy Matters

Why Do Amyloid Diseases Strike Different Tissues?

Drive to Discover: An Interview with Peter Vogt

The Latest Results for a New Theory About Fragile X Syndrome

CD1 in Prime Time

Cooperation is Key—A New Way of Looking at MicroRNA and How it Controls Gene Expression

Scripps Research Honors Graduating Students - Scenes from the 2005 Kellogg School commencement, which featured 21 new graduates and a keynote address by Scripps Research Professor Emeritus Floyd Bloom.

The Graduating Students

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