Scientists and artists unite in unique San Diego Art Institute exhibit

What happens when scientists and artists connect? A powerful new exhibit at the San Diego Art Institute unites these seemingly separate worlds—attracting nearly 1,000 visitors to the show’s opening reception.

Should you be worried about the never-before-seen coronavirus outbreak?

Here’s what Sumit Chanda, Ph.D., director of Sanford Burnham Prebys’ Immunity and Pathogenesis Program, has to say about the virus spreading fear around the world.

A deep dive into cellular aging

Discovery could lead to treatments that promote healthy aging or prevent age-associated diseases.

Padres Pedal the Cause donates $3.1 million to cancer research

Garth Powis, who heads our NCI-designated Cancer Center, joined representatives from the beneficiary institutes onstage for the check presentation ceremony.

San Diego scientists’ research into bacteria-based therapy could help fight skin cancer

San Diego scientists have shown that certain prebiotics, compounds that can cause bacteria to grow in the gut, can help mice fight skin cancer.