Vol 8. Issue 34 / November 10, 2008

New Sculpture Portraying Human Antibody as Protective Angel Installed on Scripps Florida Campus - A striking stainless steel sculpture was installed on the new Scripps Florida campus this week.

Trustees Fund Graduate Student Fellowships - Fifteen first-year students are receiving support from the new Leadership Fellows Fund.


Scientists Develop A New Strategy to Fight Obesity

How Brain Circuits Are Built

Team Uncovers New Way to Limit Damaging Production of Nitric Oxide

In Memoriam: Ernest Beutler (1928 — 2008)

Scripps Research and IAVI Launch World's First Dedicated HIV Neutralizing Antibody Center

Exploring "Molecules That Changed the World"

Team Reverses Huntington's Disease Symptoms in Mice

Scripps Research Receives Record Federal Grant of More than $80 Million

Probing the Proteome

Scientists Identify Exciting New Compounds for Stem Cell Production from Adult Cells - New technology from the Ding lab brings medicine closer to selective reprogramming of general cells.