Vol 11. Issue 6 / February 14, 2011

Study Presents Surprising View of Brain Formation — The Mueller lab discovery of a new mechanism may have implications for a host of diseases.

Scientists Develop Method to Identify Fleetingly Ordered Structures from Intrinsically Disordered Protein — The findings from the Deniz lab may enable scientists to better understand the molecular biology and biophysics of the brain, as well as shed light on diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

In South Florida, Science Is in Season — Scripps Florida reaches out to the community at the State Fair and the "CELLebrate Science" event at The Gardens Mall.

Two Scripps Research Scientists Ranked in Top 10 Chemists of the Decade; Three More Make Top 60

Scripps Research Scientists Participate in Film Festival's Showing of In Search of Memory

Tribute Page Honors Keith McKeown

Scientists Reveal Key Mechanism Governing Nicotine Addiction

Scripps Research Team Creates New Synthetic Compound with HIV-Fighting Promise

Scientists Reveal Complete Structure of HIV's Outer Shell

Scripps Research and Vanderbilt Launch Partnership

Team Creates Vaccine Against Cocaine High

Team Develops Groundbreaking Technology to Detect Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists Home In on Chemicals Needed to Reprogram Cells

Team Devises Broad New Technique for Screening Proteins

Team Reports Molecular Structure of Dopamine Receptor

Putting Down Roots: Franck Polleux Explores the Brain's Dynamic Beginnings

Scientists Develop Powerful New Methodology for Stabilizing Proteins
The work, led by the Kelly lab, may have broad implications for drug development.