Vol 6. Issue 34 / November 6, 2006

Scientists Identify Synthetic Compound That Keeps Stem Cells Young - The discovery from the Ding lab could accelerate stem cell research and development of new disease treatments.

George Koob Heads New Journal of Addiction Medicine

Floyd Bloom Leads New Faculty of 1000 Biology Group

Laura Solforosi Wins Poster Prize at International Prion Conference



Study Offers Innovative Profile of Enzyme That Aids Tumor Growth

A Good Year

Two Steps Forward

Friends in High Places

Twice Told Tales

Study Details Structural Changes of a Key Catalytic Enzyme

Graduate Program Retreat Looks to Next Generation of Leading Scientists

Study Unveils Structure of Key Component of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Scripps Research Team Reverses Friedreich's Ataxia Defect in Cell Culture

Reduced Body Temperature Extends Lifespan in Scripps Research Study - A new study, led by Associate Professor Bruno Conti, shows for the first time that changes in core body temperature can affect lifespan in warm-blooded animals independent of calorie restriction.