Vol 9. Issue 28 / September 28, 2009

Scripps Research and IAVI Host Symposium to Launch Research Center - The new Neutralizing Antibody Center at Scripps Research will focus on work necessary for designing AIDS vaccines.

A Patient Man - Assistant Professor Enrique Saez has set ambitious goals for his work in diabetes and RNAi screening technology.

Graduate Students Win Prizes at Faculty Student Symposium

Eric Zorrilla to Speak at Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

Stem Cell Awareness Day Brings Visitors

All Abuzz: Scripps Florida Team Spells Its Way to Victory

Rare Genetic Disease Successfully Reversed Using Stem Cell Transplantation

Two New Antibodies Found to Cripple HIV

Latest Scripps Florida Collaboration Aims to Reshape Addiction Therapy

A Matter of Practicality

Team Reports Breakthrough in Creating Live Mice from Skin Cells

Scientists Uncover a New Protein Necessary for the Proper Formation of the Immune System

Scientists Find Key Culprits in Lupus

Scientists Uncover Novel Mechanism Controlling Tumor Growth in the Brain

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

Mechanism for Potential Friedreich's Ataxia Drug Uncovered
The discovery from the Gottesfeld lab takes researchers one step closer to human clinical trials and could improve our understanding of other diseases.