Researchers Uncover a New Pathway that Regulates Information Processing in the Brain

The study from the Maximov lab provides new insight into some types of mental retardation.

Study Shows Protein-Making Machinery Can Switch Gears with a Small Structural Change

A fundamental process, described for the first time by the Guo lab, is likened to the movie The Transformers.

Innovative Scientist Appointed to Metabolism and Aging Department

Assistant Professor Anutosh Chakraborty joins Scripps Florida from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

  • Scientists Uncover Secrets of How Intellect and Behavior Emerge During Childhood
  • Team Reveals Key Protein Interactions Involved in Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Meth Vaccine Shows Promising Results in Early Tests
  • Research Suggests Caution and Further Studies on Drugs Used to Treat Macular Degeneration
  • Study Suggests Binge Drinking Could Cause Significant Brain Impairment Within Months
  • Researchers Pinpoint Gene Variations Linked to Higher Risk of Bipolar Disorder
  • Scientists Devise New Screening Method to Aid RNA Drug Development Research
  • The Smell of Mom: Scientists Find Elusive Trigger of First Suckling in Mice
  • Dale Boger Appointed as Chair of Department of Chemistry; Thomas Kodadek, Vice Chair
  • New Chemistry Technique Reproduces Nature’s Elusive Complexity
  • Flu Antibody’s ‘One-Handed Grab’ May Boost Effort Toward Universal Vaccine, New Therapies
  • New Center Receives $20 Million to Shed Light on HIV Drug Resistance
  • Researchers Show Protein Linked to Hunger Also Implicated in Alcoholism
  • Scientists Devise Powerful New Method for Finding Therapeutic Antibodies
  • Researchers Reveal How Deadly Virus Silences Immune System
  • Expanding Database Enables Discoveries in Emerging Field of Metabolomics
  • Study Reveals Important Molecular Trigger for Wound Healing
  • Scientists Design Molecule that Reverses Some Fragile X Syndrome Defects
  • Team Receives $22.5 Million to Shed Light on the Immune System
  • Neuroscientists Find Brain Stem Cells that May Be Responsible for Higher Functions, Bigger Brains
  • Study Shows Two-Drug Combination Has Potential to Fight Cocaine Addiction