Vol 7. Issue 24 / August 27, 2007

A Special Gift - Scripps Research receives a donation from a new group—the student council of O.M. Roberts Elementary School in Lake Jackson, Texas.

Slide Show: Scientist for the Summer - Interns on both Scripps Research campuses learn about life in the lab.

Tom Maimone and Jeremy Richter Win Bristol-Myers Squibb Fellowships

So-Hye Cho Awarded Schlumberger Faculty for the Future Grant

Audra Johnson Receives National Eye Institute Award

Andrew Udit Wins Canadian Fellowship

Corey Dambacher Awarded Grant for Unnatural Amino Acid Study


Building on Success: Cindy Ehlers Extends Innovative Research on Alcoholism

New "Checkmate" Method Provides Powerful Tool for Preventing Spread of Future Epidemics

The Song Remains the Same

From Science to Medicine: An Interview with Eric Topol

Memento: Exploring the Mysteries of Memory

Team Awarded $17 Million Grant to Develop Therapeutic Use of Adult Stem Cells to Treat Eye Diseases

Scripps Research Holds 15th Commencement

Understanding Atherosclerosis as "Inflammation Gone Bad"

Mixing Basic and Applied Research: An Interview with John Cleveland

On Genetics: An Interview with Bruce Beutler

Playing to Win: An Interview with Ian Wilson on Project Checkmate



Physicist in Disguise - "While the core methodology we use is physics—molecular physics, some aspects of chemical physics—we want to answer biological questions," says Professor Ruben Abagyan.