Vol 5. Issue 38 / December 12, 2005

Researchers Map a Complex Molecular Assembly "Landscape" For the First Time - Information from a study led by Professor Jamie Williamson may offer new insights into drug resistance.

The Seven Habits of Highly Creative People - "You can apply creative thinking to all areas of your life," said Lunch & Learn seminar leader Lee Silber

Gardel Wins Burroughs Wellcome Fund Award

"Unprecedented" Functional Amyloid Found to Play Beneficial Role In Human Cells

Reports from the Scripps/Oxford Conference

From the Ground Up

Campus Hosts Science and Immigration Forum

The Front Part of a Cell

A Protein that Affects the Shape of Neurons

The Face of Tumefaciens

Chemical Extracted from Soy Beans Inhibits Disease Process Known as Amyloidogenesis

Scientists Discover Small Molecule That Generates Neurons from Adult Stem Cells - Research led by Assistant Professor Sheng Ding has identified a novel compound that could aid in the development of treatments for neurodegenerative diseases and brain injuries.