Discovery RoundupTicking of Cellular Clock Reverberates Throughout the Landscape of Aging
Like cats, human cells have a finite number of lives. Once they divide a certain number of times, they change shape, slow their pace, and eventually stop dividing....
Retooling the Common Cold Virus to Target Cancer Cells?
When a cell is under stress, the tumor suppressor p53 springs into action, activating an army of foot soldiers that initiate a built-in "autodestruct" mechanism to eliminate virus infected cells......
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Philanthropy15th Annual Symphony at Salk, Starring Legendary Entertainer Liza Minnelli, Raises Over $1 Million for Research
It was an unforgettable night of old school song and dance as the incomparable Liza Minnelli took to the stage for the 15th annual Symphony at Salk, held August 28 in the Theodore Gildred Court.
Salk Institute Receives Over $15 Million from Helmsley Trust to Support Collaboration with Columbia University for Stem Cell Research
Two years since its initial $11.5 million contribution to launch the Nomis Center for Immunobiology and Microbial Pathogenesis, the Switzerland-based Nomis Foundation has gifted an additional $6.5 million in support of continued research efforts in understanding infectious disease.
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