Team Demonstrates Effective New ‘Biopsy in a Blood Test’ to Detect Cancer

A series of five studies from the Kuhn lab highlights the potential of the technology to boost patient care and research.

Scientists Prove Plausibility of New Primordial Pathway to Life’s Chemical Building Blocks

The new research, led by Associate Professor of Chemistry Ramanarayanan (“Ram”) Krishnamurthy, addresses fundamental questions about the origins of life.

An Intriguing Combination in the Brain May Modify Our Appetites, Alter Other Key Processes

The new study from the Smith lab reveals a unique complex of hormone and neurotransmitter receptors that no one suspected existed before the new research.

Scripps Research Alumnus Wins International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge

A video by Graham Johnson and colleagues places first in an international competition co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the journal Science.

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