Vol 6. Issue 37 / December 4, 2006

Scripps Research and Pfizer Enter Five-Year, $100 Million Collaboration - A five-year research collaboration will advance scientific knowledge of diseases and novel ways to treat them.

Lois Yamada - Meet Lois Yamada, administrative assistant in the Immunology Department.

Board of Trustees Welcomes Marjorie Fink

Bruce Beutler Wins Gran Prix from France's Academy of Sciences

William Roush Elected to AAAS

Valentina Sabino Receives Pathway to Independence Award

Joshua Kunken Wins Honorable Mention in Windows IT Pro Innovators Contest




Trapped in the Folding Machine

Building a Bridge from Basic Science to New Therapies: An Interview with Patrick Griffin

Reduced Body Temperature Extends Lifespan in Scripps Research Study

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

A Stitch in Time - The Eschenmoser lab encounters a strange new twist in its exploration of the chemical origins of life.