Scripps Research Institute
Medical research facility with focus on research and education in the biomedical sciences.
Scripps Research is a leader in the discovery and application of biomedical breakthroughs that improve human health. As the world's largest independent non-profit biomedical research facility, we expand the frontiers of science and education and create hope for millions. Scripps Research is ranked #1 for innovation by the Nature Index.
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People at Scripps Research Institute
Founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, American cardiologist, scientist and author
Stuart A. Lipton
Professor and Co-Director, Neuroscience Translational Center, The Scripps Research Institute.
Professor Emeritus and Director of The Center For Regenerative Medicine at Scripps Research Institute.
Scripps Research Institute News
Urolithin A can increase mitochondrial health in living joint tissue and improved mobility
Business Wire - 07-Jul-2022
Mitopure can improve mitochondrial health and counteract age-related muscle function declineRead more...
Extending the healthspan without restricting calorie intake
Medical News Today - 13-Sep-2020
Metabolites vital for pro-longevity effect of calorie restriction can help develop drugsRead more...
Peptides that shift gut bacteria can reduce heart attack risk in mice
Scripps Research Institute - 15-Jun-2020
Lowering the number of bad gut bacteria reduced artery plaques by 40% - wow!Read more...
Positive feedback look identified with ATM via NF-κB pathway back to cellular senescence
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 02-Apr-2020
As always, it's complicated, but controlling levels of ATM could be part of a therapy to combat ageingRead more...
Synthetic organelle introduces a new genetic code to cells
Singularity Hub - 03-Apr-2019
No need to wait for evolution - we will be able to manipulate life forms soonRead more...
Small molecule oral drug could treat influenza A
Phys.org - 11-Mar-2019
Targets seasonal and pandemic strains of fluRead more...
Llama blood clue to beating all flu
BBC - 02-Nov-2018
Llama antibodies able to attack parts of flu virus that don't mutateRead more...
Unnatural microbe can make proteins
BBC - 29-Nov-2017
Bacterium's DNA modified to incorporate six letters instead of four. E. coli bug could hold on t...Read more...
US government gives away 10,000 Fitbits for precision medicine study
TechRadar - 07-Nov-2017
All of Us program was originally called the Precision Medicine Initiative. Will collect biometri...Read more...
The first senolytic drugs to target senescent cells
Mayo Clinic - 05-Sep-2017
New platform will help to identify additional drugs that target ageing processes more quicklyRead more...
Ultra-tough antibiotic to fight superbugs
BBC - 30-May-2017
US scientists have re-engineered the antibiotic vancomycin. Appears to be a thousand times more ...Read more...
First stable semisynthetic organism created
Kurzweil Network - 03-Feb-2017
Bacterium with two new synthetic bases (called X and Y) added to the four natural bases (A, T, C,...Read more...
Pill of super-protective ‘heavy’ fat may be key to eternal youth
New Scientist - 13-May-2015
Hydrogen replaced with deuterium strengthens bonds between molecules in cell membranes – could re...Read more...
Senolytics, A New Class Of Drugs, Slows Aging Process
Medical Daily - 11-Mar-2015
Senolytics, a new class of drugs, might dramatically slow the aging process and so change the fac...Read more...