Vol 9. Issue 13 / April 20, 2009

Researchers Uncover Mimicry at the Molecular Level in a Critical Pathway that Protects Genome Integrity - "This collaborative study between our laboratory and the Tainer group shows the very first indication of mimicry in the SUMO pathway," says Assistant Professor Michael "Nick" Boddy.

12 Easy Green Tips - In honor of Earth Day, Florida EH&S provides green tips for scientists and staff.

The Right Direction with the LoGrasso Lab

Robert Rounbehler Wins National City Fellowship

First Video Thesis Defense

New High-Throughput Screening Technique Makes Probing Puzzling Proteins Possible

Scientists Find Structure of a Protein that Makes Cancer Cells Resistant to Chemotherapy

Scientists "Watch" as Individual Alpha-Synuclein Proteins Change Shape

Scripps Research Scientists Mentor Students in New SMART Program

Scientists Engineer New Type of Vaccination that Provides Instant Immunity

Opening Ceremonies Celebrate New Scripps Florida Biomedical Research Facilities

Scientists Create First Crystal Structure of an Intermediate Particle in Virus Assembly

Team Increases Understanding of Two Types of Blindness, Bolsters Simple Prevention Strategy, and Develops Gene Therapy Option

Scientists Model 3-D Structures of Proteins that Control Human Clock - Researchers turn to flowering plants to help them understand the complexities of the human sleep/wake cycle.