Vol 7. Issue 26 / September 17, 2007

Scientists Reveal Pivotal Hearing Structure - A new study by Professor Ulrich Mueller and colleagues helps explain how our bodies convert vibrations entering the ear into electrical signals that can be interpreted by the brain.

Chi-Huey Wong Wins Humboldt Research Award

Michael Zwick Receives Young Investigator Award

Tucker Roberts Awarded ACS Medicinal Chemistry Fellowship


Researchers Pinpoint Specific Neurons Involved In Memory Formation

Physicist in Disguise

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





Researchers Shed New Light on How Antibodies Fight HIV - The findings from the Burton lab may further efforts to create an AIDS vaccine.