HHMI scientists are among ten newly elected foreign members.
HHMI researchers Richard Axel and Linda Buck honored with the 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for pioneering studies that clarify how the olfactory system works.
The classic Woody Allen movie, Sleeper, provides inspiration for cloning experiments.
HHMI researchers identify a key component of a neural pathway that etches fear-related experiences in memory.
A large family of fruitfly genes could play a key role in understanding taste and odor perception.
With odorant receptor genes from Drosophila in hand, researchers hope to learn how odors influence behavior.