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08/25/2015
A Weill Cornell Medical College study in Neurosurgery suggests that gender-specific genes and other epigenetic factors might influence the formation and development of pediatric brain cancers.
08/24/2015
For three days in Ithaca in August, 10 cheese judges gathered at Cornell’s Stocking Hall to discern, savor and taste 230 cheeses to determine – for 2015 – New York’s best.
08/20/2015
David M. Lodge, the Galla Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame, has been named the first Francis J. DiSalvo Director of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, effective in May 2016.
08/19/2015
A Cornell study explains how obesity changes the consistency of breast tissue in ways that are similar to tumors, thereby promoting disease.
08/19/2015
Messages in the online game Diplomacy reveal linguistic patterns that predict back-stabbing, according to a team of researchers at Cornell, the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado.
08/17/2015
A Cornell-University of Iowa analysis of a soda tax passed last fall by voters in Berkeley, California, found the measure so far has fizzled.
08/17/2015
A virtual reality theme park ride and video game created by Cornell students places gamers on the Star Wars planet of Tatooine. The ride was the yearlong project of the Intel-Cornell Cup team.
08/14/2015
A summit meeting to identify resources and opportunities to improve agricultural resiliency to severe weather across New York state will explore current initiatives and link researchers and extension members.
08/13/2015
With a $730,000 National Science Foundation grant, the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research will create the Plant Science Research Network to promote plant science research and collaboration.
08/13/2015
Dmitry Savransky is passionate about his role in finding 51 Eridani b, an extrasolar planet – planets found outside of our own solar system – about 100 light-years away.

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