Vol 10. Issue 30 / October 11, 2010

Researchers Shed Light on How Serotonin Works — The findings from the Bohn lab could affect the development of future treatments for depression and schizophrenia.

Noted Neuroscientist Appointed to Scripps Research Faculty
"[Sathyanarayanan Puthanveettil's] studies in the transport mechanisms involved in memory and learning have been innovative and complement the work of many of us in the department," said Ron Davis, the chair of the Department of Neuroscience.

Sheng Ding Receives $1.5 Million Transformative Award to Investigate Stimulation of Neuron Regeneration in the Retina

Scripps Research Paper Makes "Most-Read" List

Tom Kodadek Named Innovator Finalist by South Florida Business Journal

Scripps Research Scientists Win $65 Million in New Grants

Scientists Solve Long-Standing Mystery of Protein "Quality Control" Mechanism

Scientists Identify Molecules Involved in Touch and Other Mechanically Activated Systems

Team Discovers New Type of Anti-Malarial Compound

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 Reveal Structure of Dangerous Bacteria's Powerful Multidrug Resistance Pump
The work from the Chang lab may lead to the development of new antibiotics as well as the improvement of crop agriculture.