Vol 11. Issue 10 / March 21, 2011

Medically Important Protein Family Yields New Structure — The findings from the Stevens lab provide important insights into how GPCR proteins can recognize and respond to a wide array of signals, including odors, hormones, neurotransmitters, and light.

Scripps Research Appoints Innovative Biochemist to Florida Faculty — "Having access to chemical libraries with hundreds of thousands of compounds is going to open up many opportunities for my work," says Assistant Professor Matthew Gill.

WASC Extends Kellogg School's Accreditation 10 Years

Scripps Research Papers Ranked Among Top in Biochemistry and Immunology

New Lupus Drug Results from Scripps Research Technology

Engineering Better Approaches to Chemistry

Scripps Research Names Michael A. Marletta as President

Scientists Develop Powerful New Methodology for Stabilizing Proteins

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



Scripps Research and MIT Scientists Discover Class of Potent Anti-Cancer Compounds
The discovery was made possible by a public program to screen compounds for potential medicines and other biologically useful molecules.