Vol 10. Issue 26 / September 13, 2010

Scientists Discover the Mechanisms and Function of a Type of Mysterious Immune Cell
The new findings may lead to the development of more effective therapies for inflammation, wounds, and malignant tumors.

Researchers Identify New Gene for Memory
The study could shed light on human learning as well as neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Scripps Research Appoints Douglas Kojetin to Florida Faculty
"He will be a terrific asset," says Professor Thomas Burris.

Roy Smith Appointed Director with American Federation for Aging Research

Scientists Unveil Structure of Adenovirus, the Largest High-Resolution Complex Ever Found

Scientists Uncover Possible Cocaine Addiction Trigger

Study Opens the Door to Developing a New Class of Drugs for Treating Epileptic Seizures

Scientists Uncover Previously Unknown Natural Mechanism that Controls Cocaine Use

Institute Expands Summer Internship Programs

Scientists Determine Structure of Immune Molecule that Counteracts Many Strains of HIV

Scripps Research Institute Dedicates Dorris Neuroscience Center

Scientists Find Chemical Signal from Predators That Sparks Fear in Mice

Team Discovers Body's Own Molecular Protection Against Arthritis

Team Discovers New Type of Anti-Malarial Compound
Clinical trials for the promising new drug candidate are planned.