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FRONTIERS

OBSERVATIONS

INTERSECTION

CONTENTS

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DISCOVERIES

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SPOTLIGHT

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EVENTS

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WAYS OF GIVING

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PERSPECTIVE

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RESOLUTION

Janelle Ayres poses a

radical strategy for

surviving infection:

Superbugs.

Inside the mind of

Salk’s new Board Chair,

Ted Waitt

Maintaining the Salk

Institute’s iconic

architectural vision

ON THE COVER:

The bacteria

Salmonella

Typhimurium

interacts with its host in surprising ways

that may change how we think about

infectious disease.

ON THE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

An original sketch (circa 1963) of the

Salk Institute, designed by famed architect

Louis Kahn. It shows a conceptual meeting

place (foreground), living place (back right)

and laboratories (back left).

Credit: Louis I. Kahn Collection, University of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.