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07/02/2015
Cornell polymer engineers have made a mold for nanostructures that can shape liquid silicon out of an organic polymer material, paving the way for perfect, single crystal nanostructures.
07/02/2015
Aiming to protect consumers from foodborne illness, produce farmers should wait 24 hours after a rain or irrigating their field to harvest crops - to reduce the risk to a major foodborne pathogen.
07/02/2015
At a conference for Cornell IT workers, panelists reviewed the history of computer networking and discussed the role of women in computer science.
07/01/2015
Researchers have found that irradiation of material creates nanometer-sized defects that trap swirling eddies in the flow of electrons, keeping them out of the way so more current can flow through superconductors.
07/01/2015
Cornell researchers have gained a new insight into the way cells regulate the expression of their genes, and were surprised to find this regulation closely linked to the a cell’s cycle of growth and division.
06/26/2015
Weill Cornell Medical College researchers have found that the order in which obese patients with type 2 diabetes eat food matters and may help control glucose levels.
06/26/2015
Cornell researchers used cutting-edge X-ray technology to noninvasively image fruit flies during and after mating, revealing changes that occur in the female fruit flies' reproductive tract.
06/26/2015
Cornell researchers used cutting-edge X-ray technology to noninvasively image fruit flies during and after mating, revealing changes that occur in the female fruit flies' reproductive tract.
06/26/2015
In an ongoing battle to save the ecologically important hemlock forests, Cornell researchers have high hopes for a new weapon against menacing woolly adelgids: silver flies.
06/26/2015
Weill Cornell Medical College scientists have discovered a way to limit replication of the most common form of HIV at a key moment when the infection is just starting to develop.

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