Vol 10. Issue 31 / October 18, 2010

Study Challenges Conventional Theory of Modern Drug Design — The findings from the Nettles lab could transform drug development to produce more effective treatments.

Scripps Florida Scientists Awarded $3 Million NIH Grant to Accelerate Identification of Learning and Memory Genes — The funding to the Davis lab could help uncover novel therapeutic targets for major cognitive disorders.

M.G. Finn and Laurie Smith to Head Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry/ACS Combinatorial Science

SOF Announces Fall Research Symposium Prize Winners

Jared F. Purton Foundation to Hold First Annual Good On You 5K Charity Run/Walk

Scientists Reveal Structure of Dangerous Bacteria's Powerful Multidrug Resistance Pump

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

Scientists Reveal First Structure of a Class of Proteins that Sniff Out Signals Guiding Blood Cell Movement
The findings from the Stevens lab may lead to new drugs for cancer, immune disorders, and AIDS.