Vol 8. Issue 18 / June 2, 2008

Scientists Find Seizure Drug Reverses Cellular Effects of Alcohol Addiction in Models - A study led by Assistant Professor Marisa Roberto supports the promise of the medication gabapentin as a potential therapy for alcoholism.

New Patent Covers Broad Class of Promising Chemical Reactions - The patented procedure, which is now available for licensing, can be used to create new electronics, adhesives, pharmaceuticals, and other products.

Crystal Structure Reveals Mystery Behind Three Rare Childhood Disorders

Scripps Research Chemistry Papers Rank Number One for Impact

Dennis Burton, David Nemazee Receive Funding in New AIDS Vaccine Initiative

Timothy Tellinghuisen Wins Burroughs Wellcome Fund Award

Xiaoyi Hu Awarded Life Science Research Foundation Fellowship

Nicole Steinmetz Wins American Heart Association Fellowship

Andrew Lee Receives Two Travel Awards


Scripps Research Celebrates 16th Commencement

Connecting with the Science of the Synapse

Scientists Identify Protein Critical for Iron Absorption

New Study Finds T Cell Multiplication Unexpectedly Delayed After Infection

Fundamental Questions: An Interview with Albert Eschenmoser

A Ghost in the House

The Secret Life of Stem Cells

Scientists Develop Process to Disrupt Hepatitis C Virion Production

NIH Awards $20 Million CTSA Grant to Scripps Translational Science Institute - Researchers and clinicians at the Scripps Translational Science Institute, led by eminent physician-scientist Eric Topol, will accelerate transfer of new scientific discoveries from the laboratory to patient care.