Vol 7. Issue 32 / October 29, 2007

California Campus Returns to Work After Fires - Scientists and staff are getting back to work this week after the La Jolla, California campus was closed for three days due to the fires that ravaged San Diego County.

Benjamin Cravatt Elected as AAAS Fellow

Service Awards Celebrate Long-Time Employees


Inventing New Chemistry

Structure of HIV Capsid Protein Reveals Potential Weakness at Inner Core of Virus

Scientists Develop Innovative Dual Action Anthrax Vaccine-Antitoxin Combination

Tales from a Life in DNA

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






Scripps Research Wins $51 Million to Study Critical Immune Response Mechanisms - The project, led by Richard Ulevitch, professor and chair of the Department of Immunology, is aimed at uncovering novel treatments for infectious diseases.