HHMI purchases land in Loudoun County, Virginia for new campus.
Peter J. Bruns of Cornell University will become HHMI's new vice president for grants and special programs.
The Institute has bought paintings and other work by Irving Geis, a pioneer in molecular art who helped reveal the beauty of nature.
HHMI's international research scholars from 16 countries will gather at the Institute on June 20-23.
The Institute has selected 48 scientists, including 12 computational biologists, in a national competition to become HHMI investigators.
Internet users who speak Spanish can now receive news reports about discoveries in genetics, neuroscience and other fields of biomedical research from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Private funders gather at HHMI to discuss how they can help ensure that medical researchers get the training they need.
The Institute's Trustees have elected Nestor V. Santiago as vice president and chief investment officer.