Vol 7. Issue 28 / October 1, 2007

New Center for Physiological Proteomics Aims to Transform Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease - Scripps Research scientists take up the challenge of understanding the proteome.

Pearson Family Chair to Support Forward-Looking Alcohol and Addiction Research

Researchers Shed New Light on How Antibodies Fight HIV

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





Tales from a Life in DNA - Nobel laureate James Watson, who discovered the double-helix structure of DNA with Francis Crick, shares advice, anecdotes, and unconventional views.