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10/02/1997

First Fully Automatic Design of a Protein Achieved by Caltech Scientists

Robert Tindol
In the October 3 issue of the journal Science, Stephen L. Mayo, an Assistant Professor of Biology and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Assistant Investigator, and chemistry graduate student Bassil I. Dahiyat report on their success in constructing a protein of their choice from scratch.
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08/08/1997

Caltech biologist named Beckman Young Investigator

Dr. Raymond Deshaies, a biochemist at the California Institute of Technology, has been named the newest Beckman Young Investigator by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation of Irvine, Calif.
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03/12/1997

Scientists Find "Good Intentions" in the Brain

Robert Tindol
Neurobiologists at the California Institute of Technology have succeeded in peeking into one of the many "black boxes" of the primate brain. A study appearing in the March 13 issue of the journal Nature describes an area of the brain where plans for actions are formed.
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