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December 2011

Salk Findings can Lead to Safer Asthma, Allergies and Arthritis Treatments
Med India

Gene-tweaking creates super-strong mice

Discovery May Lead to Safer Treatments for Asthma, Allergies and Arthritis
Science Daily

Local Researchers Develop Drug To Battle Alzheimer's
10 News

Sickle Cell Research (CW6)    

Salk Stem-Cell Research Shows Promise in Sickle-Cell Disease
La Jolla Patch

Safe Way to Repair Sickle Cell Disease Genes, Study Suggests
Science Daily

November 2011

AIDS: 30 Years of progress and promise assisted by La Jolla researchers
La Jolla Light

Stem cell science gets new home in La Jolla: Scientists from three San Diego research institutions will combine forces at new center
SignOn San Diego

Tweaking gene turns tissues into super muscles
MSN News

Tweaking a Gene Makes Muscles Twice as Strong: New Avenue for Treating Muscle Degeneration in People Who Can't Exercise
Science Daily

Research on fruit fly intestines by San Diego scientists -- may reveal the secret to vitality

Long Lived Fruit Flies (KPBS)

Sickle Cell Research (CW6)    

Brain cell genomes show their individuality
Nature Blogs

Understanding the Human Brain

Fruit fly intestine hold the key to fountain of youth?
MSN News

October 2011

Check It Out: Salk Institute

Williams syndrome shows gene-behavior links: Key to autism?
CBS News

Eyes Are the Windows to the Soul; Skin Is a Window to the Brain
Discover Magazine

Super-social gene may hold clues to autism, other disorders

Salk biologist named editor of a top science journal
SignOn San Diego

Salk Life through a Microscope
San Diego Union Tribune/SignonSanDiego

Salk finds possible way to combat deadly infant disorder
San Diego Union Tribune/SignonSan Diego

Salk Gets $4.5M Grant for Brain Research Center
San Diego Business Journal

Growing Schizophrenic Brain Cells In A Dish Helps Neuroscientists Study Mental Illness Up Close
Popular Science

Salk Institute gets $4.5M neuroscience grant
North County Times

Genetic Alarm Clock - Researchers identify a gene that wakes people up from sleep each day
The Scientist

What Wakes You Up - There's A Gene For That

How your internal alarm clock works
Globe and Mail

September 2011

Salk finds gene that helps wake people up
San Diego Union Tribune/SignonSanDiego

Salk Institute's Fred Gage receives NIH award for transformative research
North County Times

Salk scientists find could advance diabetes drugs
La Jolla Light

Bionic Bacteria: Superbug Potential For Organic Drugs And Biofuel

Salk scientist garners grant to study how astrocytes impact neural behavior
BioOptics World

Salk scientist earns Whitehall Foundation grant
The Daily Transcript

Non-genetic inheritance demonstrated over multiple generations
North County Times

Hidden code in DNA ''evolves more rapidly than genetic code''
MSN News

Research explains mystery of the BRCA1 breast cancer gene
SignOn San Diego

Salk Researchers Discover How Defective Gene Leads To Cancer

Breast-cancer gene keeps DNA under wraps

Salk Institute Announces New Cancer Findings
10 News

The battle of the morphogens: How to get ahead in the nervous system
First Science

August 2011

Gleek$ Turn out at Salk Institute
NBC San Diego

Halfway point for 1,001 genomes quest

Symphony tunes up for evening with Idina
Sign On San Diego

Salk Institute named global leader in plant biology research
First Science

Read, delete and grow
Innovations Report

San Diego's Salk Institute - Paving Way To Feed World

Working in an office is bad for your brain
The Telegraph

Double-duty discovery
Nature Medicine

Mapping plant protein interactions
La Jolla Light

Mapping proteins in a mustard plant
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

July 2011

Largest-ever Map of Interactions of Plant Proteins Produced
Kansas City InfoZine

Largest-ever Map of Interactions of Plant Proteins Produced
Kansas City InfoZine

Mental Illness in a Dish
Scientific American

Engineered mice can run longer; how will that affect humans?
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Blood cells produced from human stem cells
La Jolla Light

Salk Science Star Rusty Gage Takes Helm of International Stem Cell Group
North County Times

Missing Gene Helps Mice Run for Hours
Science News

Blood Cell Production Enhanced with New Method
Top News

Salk researcher a Rita Allen Scholar
La Jolla Light

Stem Cells: Nearing Goal of Using Patient's OwnCells to Make Stem Cells to Replace Lost or Diseased Tissue
Science Daily

Renewal of Agreement between Ipsen and the Salk Institute Supports Cutting-Edge Research
Yahoo Finance

Salk plant biologist named to key post
La Jolla Light

Is Autism a Product of the Environment? New study discounts genetics

'Unnatural' chemical helps reveal protein action in brain cells
R & D Mag

June 2011

The genome guardian's dimmer switch: Regulating p53 is a matter of life or death

Salk study shows strawberries may keep doctors away
San Diego Fox 5

Strawberries can reduce kidney failure in diabetics
San Diego Union Tribune/SignonSanDiego

Study: Strawberries Offer Many Health Benefits
Channel 10/KGTV

Strawberries may help treat diabetes

Salk Institute Professor Receives Trio of Honors
San Diego Metropolitan Magazine

Salk scientist Joseph Ecker, appointed as HHMI-GBMF Investigator

An Honor for Genome Work on 'Not Just Another Weed'
San Diego Metro

Salk Institute saluted as Partner in Education
La Jolla Light

May 2011

Salk scientist Joanne Chory lauded
La Jolla Light

Salk Institute names duo to Dulbecco, Guillemin chairs
La Jolla Light

Salk Institute Researcher Receives Royal Honor
San Diego Metro

Local researchers discover how to replace defective genes

Salk Researchers Edit Diseased Gene via Mutation-Free DNA Molecules
San Diego News

Salk discovery could lead to new diabetes drugs
San Diego Union

Salk researchers announce diabetes breakthrough
San Diego Daily Transcript

Local Researchers Make Major Diabetes Breakthrough

April 2011

SCIENCE: Salk researchers find new cancer trigger
North County Times

Schizophrenia Breakthrough By Salk Institute

Salk Institute Rewards Six Researchers
San Diego Metropolitan Magazine

What Schizophrenia Looks Like

Schizophrenia 'in a dish'

Salk Institute is keeping a secret
San Diego Union Tribune

Engineered Mice Make Better Choices
Technology Review/MIT

How Do Neurons in the Retina Encode What We 'See'?
Science Daily

Salk researcher wins major award from Indiana University
San Diego Daily Transcript

March 2011

Customer Service and Training Benefit Research Facility

Salk Institute pushes limits of biological imaging

MASTERPIECES - Salk Institute for Biological Studies

New hardware to enable a computational brain
ITnews - Australia

Salk taps into interrupting the aging process

Reverse engineering the brain
COSMOS - Australia

Beauty of the Brain

Drug cures baldness... in mice

Video Feature: Aging, interrupted

February 2011

Hungering for longevity—Salk scientists identify the confluence of aging signals

Tumor cells thwart treatment with unusual morphing

A Cure for Baldness?

Photonics, life sciences converge at Salk Institute

Prebys donates $2 million to Salk Institute

Lab notes: Recent discoveries at the region's top science institutions

Research Report: Reprogramming cells leads to errors

Salk opens biophotonics center

Study: Heart disease, inflammation, linked by heredity

Salk scientist gets $2.3 million to study Parkinson's

Faster. Higher. Squeakier.

January 2011

Making Nuanced Memories

On mitochondria and MS

Callaway named fellow

Stem cells and brain tales

A role to fill in motor neuron growth

Weight Gain May Be Caused by Thrifty Gene

December 2010

Tumeric Might Give Your Brain a Kick (Voice of America)

Top 10 Photos of '10

Gene Linked to Obesity

Overactive gene could pack on the pounds

Melanopsin Looks on the Bright Side of Life

New Insights Into Vision

Scientists discover new mechanism for sight

Irwin Jacobs donates $6 million to Salk Institute

Salk Institute names two to board

November 2010

Salk Institute Receives $6M Gift

Salk Institute Elects Leaders in Medicine and Corporate Law to Board of Trustees; Names World-Renowned Cell Biologist Non-Resident Fellow

Have San Diego Scientists Found A Cure For Autism?

Fighting Huntington's disease

Disease-in-a-dish approach gives clues to Rett syndrome

Autism symptoms proven reversible with stem cells

Autism mimicked by cells in a dish

Salk researchers make new developments in stem cell research

Salk Institute to share $15M grant

Salk Institute Medals go to Jacobs, Roeder

October 2010

Salk Institute Going Solar

The Places in the Brain Where Space Lives

FOR KIDS: Giving the brain a hand

Neural Diagrams Help Explain Color Vision

Cell aging mechanism discovered, Salk scientists say

August 2010

In the common cold, scientists find new hope for cancer treatment

Minnelli a down-to-earth diva at heart

Salk to Get $21M for HIV Study

San Diego Research Co-Heads Major HIV Research Project

$21M awarded to HIV research team co-led by San Diego scientist

Local Group Wins $21M HIV Research Grant

Local Group Wins $21M HIV Research Grant

A commitment to sharing wealth

June 2010

Group gives $6.5M gift to Salk Institute for research

The legacy of the Salk - Institute marks 50 years of biological science research

May 2010

Famed inventor Kamen joins Salk board

Salk announces four new business oriented trustees

April 2010

'Chihuly' a site-specific explosion of art at Salk

Secrets of egg-and-sperm race revealed

Secrets of egg-and-sperm race revealed

The talk of Salk: Chihuly brings in his glass works

The talk of Salk: Chihuly brings in his glass works

Salk Institute celebrates 50 years of discovery, growth

Salk Institute nurtures the arts, too

In The Brain, It's All In The Timing

March 2010

Tiny fish might help humans fix damaged hearts

Research Offers Clue Into How Hearts Can Regenerate in Some Species

Salk, UCSD researchers receive $4 million grant

Salk Institute Gets Millions for Brain Research

Chihuly takes his sculptures outdoors at the Salk

Salk appoints Hunter

Science Cancer Researcher Draws Inspiration From Nightmare

Power struggle between genetic master switches decides growth orientation in plants

February 2010

Rodent of the Week: A mouse with a human liver

Mouse Gets Human Liver

'Humanized' mouse may offer liver disease treatments

Scientists generate a mouse with an almost human liver

The next frontier in athletic doping -- genes

Lunch Time for Stem Cells

Stress hormone key to new diabetes treatment

Jumping Neural DNA Key to Brain Plasticity?

Stress Hormone's Startling Powers

January 2010

Dual role for immune cells in the brain

Why Genes Aren't Destiny

Science to watch

Why Genes Aren't Destiny

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