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January 2017

Research at the Salk Institute suggests simple nutrient support may help cure infections


Elizabeth Blackburn on the telomere effect: ‘It’s about keeping healthier for longer’

The Guardian

Embryos that are human-pig hybrids offer hope for patients who need organ transplants

Los Angeles Times

New Insight Describes connection between Salmonella infection and appetite loss

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Bacteria’s sneaky way to spread by getting you to eat more

New Atlas

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San Diego News

First human-pig chimera is a step toward custom organs

Wired Magazine

Human-pig hybrid created in the lab—here are the facts

National Geographic

Human muscle cells are growing inside of a pig

Time Magazine

Scientists take first steps to growing human organs in pigs

Associated Press

New prospects for growing human replacement organs in animals

The New York Times

Scientists create a part-human, part-pig embryo — raising the possibility of interspecies organ transplants

The Washington Post

Salmonella encourage appetite to promote spread, Salk Institute study finds

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Microbe that causes food poisoning exerts a sort of mind control over mice

Science Magazine

Feed a cold, starve a fever? Not so fast, study suggests

Science Daily

Why our telomeres matter


Salk scientists show how microenvironment signals encourage growth of pancreatic tumors

News Medical

Pancreatic cancer cure research 2017: Blocking deadly tumor growth may be possible, scientists say

Medical Daily

Curb your immune enthusiasm

Science Newsline Biology

Curb your immune enthusiasm

Drug Magazine

Pancreatic tumors rely on signals from surrounding cells

Science Daily

Scientists discover how to prevent undesirable immune attacks on therapeutic viruses

Environmental News Network

Have scientists found a way to actually reduce the effects of aging?


Why you should be patient with your indecisive teen

Science Friday

Scientists turn back the clock on aging


A Nobel prize-winning biologist’s advice for aging well and preventing disease

The Huffington Post

Worms have teenage ambivalence, too

Teen worms are just as angsty as teen humans, study suggests

U. S. News & World Report

Elusive structure of HIV machinery cracked

News Today

Worms have teenage ambivalence, too

Science Magazine

Scientists crack the structure of HIV machinery

Scientists crack the structure of HIV machinery

Science Daily

How to control aging

Scientific American

Top 10 tech trends transforming humanity

The Huffington Post

“Telomere Effect”: How exercise, diet and sleep affect aging

CBS News

You may have more control over aging than you think

Business Insider

December 2016

Irwin Jacobs: from telecom mogul to Salk Institute leader

The San Diego Union-Tribune

A brain in a dish: 3D mini-brains prove to be remarkably accurate


Salk scientists reverse signs of aging–live on KUSI (Part 1)


Salk scientists reverse signs of aging– live on KUSI (Part 2)


Salk scientists reverse signs of aging live

Fox 5 News

Scientists take on what was once thought impossible: reversing aging

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Scientists successfully lengthen mice’s lifespan by 30 percent

Popular Mechanics

Aging is reversible—at least in human cells and live mice

Scientific American

Scientists may have found a way to reverse aging

New York Magazine

Scientists say the clock of aging may be reversible

The New York Times

Experiments on mice suggest aging can be reversed

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Ageing process may be reversible, scientists claim

The Guardian

Researchers rejuvenate aging mice with stem cell genes

Science Magazine

Salk Institute president and Nobel prize winner discusses her life in science

La Jolla Light

For Stem Cells to Be Healthy, Telomere Length Has to Be Just Right, Scientists Find


Telomere Elongation Compromises Pluripotency In Stem Cells


The Goldilocks effect in aging research

Front Line Genomics

Genetic Housekeeping Nowhere without NoBody Microprotein

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Salk Researchers Say Plant May Hold Key To Drought Resistance


Scientists find that for stem cells to be healthy, telomere length has to be just right


Small but mighty: Tiny proteins with big roles in biology (Update)


Team Discovers Small Protein Important for Cellular Housekeeping


Scientists find new ‘microprotein’ hiding in human genome


Collaboration uncovers how molecular machines assemble

Multi-institutional collaboration uncovers how molecular machines assemble

Science Daily

December 2014

New lung cancer treatment

San Diego 6 The CW

Worms’ mental ‘GPS’ helps them find dinner

Science World Report

Navigating the stage with a disability

The Wall Street Journal