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09/08/2016
MRI-guided ultrasound ablation, a new noninvasive treatment for tremors being offered at Weill Cornell Medicine, is helping people with essential tremors.
09/08/2016
British fashion designer Helen Storey brings some of her innovative work in art and science to campus Sept. 12-24 as the Department of Fiber Science and Apparel Design's first designer-in-residence.
09/08/2016
Gender matters to the 16 trainers and 11 teams of 33 researchers from four continents who will participate in a course on “Gender Responsive Root, Tuber and Banana Breeding,” Sept. 12-21 in Uganda.
09/08/2016
Computer analysis shows that female tennis players are asked fewer game-related questions than males in press conferences.
09/08/2016
A Cornell audio producer has won a prestigious communication award for a radio series on biologists – including many from Cornell – who use sound to understand the natural world.
09/08/2016
Internet governance expert Martin Mueller will present the first in a series of lectures on questions at the intersection of technology, politics and international law.
09/07/2016
Stanford University linguist John Rickford will deliver a talk, Justice for Jeantel (and Trayvon): Fighting Dialect Prejudice in Courtrooms and Beyond, Sept. 15 at 4:30 p.m. in Klarman Hall.
09/07/2016
Two Cornell experts in artificial intelligence have joined a nationwide team setting out to ensure that when computers are running the world, they will make decisions compatible with human values.
09/07/2016
Cornell researchers are engineering planar bacterial outer membrane-like supported bilayers, which have potential in the screening of antibiotics as well as cell-free and other applications.
09/07/2016
Striving for a future with smaller electric bills and a diminished need for more power plants, the NSF has awarded Cornell researchers $1 million to improve new residential electric storage systems.

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