Remembering Alex Dreyfoos, an early supporter of the institute, and champion of the addition of the iconic spire atop our main entrance.
The scientists’ approach directs cells’ recycling enzymes to cancer genes’ RNA and cuts up key segments to prevent them from doing harm. The tactic worked against the MYC cancer gene, and also two other challenging cancer genes.
Ten graduate students who completed their doctoral studies on The Herbert Wertheim UF Scripps Institute for Biomedical Innovation & Technology campus in Jupiter were honored today, Friday, May 19, during Scripps Research’s 31st Commencement Ceremony in La Jolla, California. Hosted by the Skaggs Graduate School…
Inside cells, protein factories called ribosomes have a unique way of patching oxidative stress damage, according to a new discovery from the Karbstein lab.
Part of the graduate program’s Distinguished Lecture Series, Capecchi’s talk described using the same mouse genetics research methods that earned him the Nobel Prize in 2007.
A common amino acid, glycine, delivers the signal to a recently discovered brain receptor linked to depression and anxiety, scientists have found. The discovery appears in the journal Science.
A bioresponsive sensor from Carroll lab activates antioxidants only when needed and provides a tool for studying free radicals' role in disease.
Glioblastoma is fast-moving, and the most common type of brain cancer. Two specific cancer cell mutations may work together to help hide these tumors from the immune system, a study from Janiszewska finds.
A team led by chemistry professor Ben Shen, Ph.D., discovered a potent anti-cancer compound within the institute's natural products collection. It has been connected to a precise cancer-seeking antibody with an innovative linker molecule.
Neuroscientist Sathya Puthanveettil, Ph.D., has documented the packets of material that move from neuron body to synapse during memory formation.