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State-of-the-Art Electron Microscope Opens New Vistas for TSRI Researchers
Team Sheds New Light on Nerve Cell Growth
Scientists Uncover New Compounds that Could Affect Circadian Rhythm
In Memoriam: Janet R. “Jean” Kellogg (1917–2014)
Researchers Awarded $2.6 Million to Develop Stem Cell Lines for Global Research

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State-of-the-Art Electron Microscopes Open New Vistas for TSRI Researchers

Already world leaders in electron microscopy, researchers at TSRI are using two new microscopes as part of an advanced microscopy suite to study molecules involved in diseases from cancer to AIDS.

Team Sheds New Light on Nerve Cell Growth

Assistant Professor Brock Grill and his team make progress on unraveling complex processes within the developing brain.

Scientists Uncover New Compounds that Could Affect Circadian Rhythm

Compounds from the Kojetin lab could be developed as chemical probes to uncover new therapeutic approaches to disorders including diabetes and obesity.

In Memoriam: Janet R. “Jean” Kellogg (1917–2014)

Janet R. “Jean” Kellogg and her husband, W. Keith Kellogg II, were generous supporters of TSRI.

Researchers Awarded $2.6 Million to Develop Stem Cell Lines for Global Research

Professor Donald Phinney will lead the new four-year project.

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  • Chemists Discover Structure of Cancer Drug Candidate
  • TSRI celebrates 22nd Commencement
  • Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for MS in Mouse Model
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  • Team Finds New Point of Attack on HIV for Vaccine Development
  • TSRI Announces ‘Scripps Advance,’ a New Drug Discovery Initiative
  • Researchers Find Connection Between Gene Mutation, Key Symptoms of Autism
  • Team Solves Decades-Old Mystery of How Cells Keep from Bursting
  • Scientists Provide New Grasp of Soft Touch