Vol 5. Issue 19 / June 6, 2005

Scientists Convert Mad-Cow-Like Prion Disease into Something Similar to Alzheimer's - A group of researchers led by Professor Michael B. A. Oldstone have done something unusual with prion proteins.

Making Conversation for Scientists - A two-day seminar drew Scripps Research graduate students and postdocs interested in learning more about effective networking.

Buchmeier Elected to American Academy of Microbiology

Rebek Named Member of Academia Europaea

ClubMom Selects Scripps Research for Charity Drive




Scripps Research Honors Graduating Students

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

To Stop Evolution: Scientists Demonstrate New Way of Fighting Antibiotic Resistance - "Evolution is not an unstoppable force," says Assistant Professor Floyd Romesberg. "There is a biochemistry underlying it and it is subject to intervention."