January 19th, 2012

Mayo Clinic discovery selected for Science’s Top 10 Achievements of 2011,

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The editors of the journal Science have selected a Mayo Clinic discovery as one of their top 10 "groundbreaking scientific achievements of 2011." The Mayo study --the first to eliminate the effects of aging in mice -- received worldwide attention when it was published in Nature in November. Science's international list of achievements featuring scientific breakthroughs ranging from biology to aerospace research was released Thursday afternoon…"This is indeed an honor, coming from Science in particular," says Jan van Deursen, Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic molecular biologist and senior author of the study. "We're pleased for this recognition for our team and collaborators, including the Mayo Clinic Robert and Arlene Kogod Center on Aging." Additional coverage: Physorg, Pharmiweb, Bradenton Herald, Sun Herald (Miss.)

Science Codex, 12/2011

Tags: Mayo Clinic Rochester, Research

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