Vol 9. Issue 20 / June 29, 2009

Team Observes Human Neurodegenerative Disorder in Fruit Flies - The new model organism may help society better understand and treat Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.

Researchers Observe Single Protein Dimers Wavering Between Two Symmetrically Opposed Structures - "Such a powerful mechanism has lots of clinical implications," says Associate Professor Ashok Deniz.

Bill Young - Meet Bill Young, associate director and chief of technical computing, Information Technology Services.

Laura Bohn Wins 2009 Joseph Cochin Young Investigator Award

Jorg Grandl and Xiaofei Zhang Win AHA Fellowships

Ileana Slavin Wins 2009 Pew Latin American Fellowship to Study in Loring Lab

San Diego Mayor Visits Scripps Research

American Cancer Society Recognizes ScrippsAssists

Team Led by Scripps Research Scientists Finds New Way that Cells Fix Damage to DNA

A Potential New MS Treatment's Long and Winding Road

Scripps Research Holds 17th Commencement

Scientists Determine Workings of Potentially Useful Virus

Team Invents First Technique for Producing Promising Anti-Leukemia Agent

A Major Breakthrough in Generating Safer, Therapeutic Stem Cells from Adult Cells

Scientists Model 3-D Structures of Proteins that Control Human Clock

New High-Throughput Screening Technique Makes Probing Puzzling Proteins Possible

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

Scientists Uncover Novel Mechanism Controlling Tumor Growth in the Brain - The discovery from the Felding-Habermann lab could become a new drug target for metastatic brain cancer.