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01/12/2016
Using white blood cells to ferry potent cancer-killing proteins through the bloodstream, Cornell researchers have confirmed a new way to kill metastatic cancer tumors.
01/11/2016
Cornell's McGovern Center for Venture Development welcomed two start-up companies Jan. 7 to its incubator space: Ecolectro and Embark Veterinary.
01/11/2016
A Cornell study finds consumers are supportive of labeling decisions when they believe the company considered the public’s input. It bolsters research into perceived fairness in decision-making.
01/11/2016
A Cornell study finds consumers are supportive of labeling decisions when they believe the company considered the public’s input. It bolsters research into perceived fairness in decision-making.
01/08/2016
An Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum grant supports Ecology and Conservation of Wildlife in the Neotropics, a seven-week undergraduate seminar with a field research component in Argentina.
01/08/2016
Robert Sternberg, professor of human development, passed an exceptionally rare milestone recently: his research has been cited by other scholars more than 102,000 times.
01/07/2016
Social and cultural anthropologist Sam Beck has co-edited a new book about the theory and practice of public anthropology, in which anthropologists engage with communities to bring about positive change.
01/07/2016
The National Science Foundation Jan. 7 announced a new $10 million award to Computer Science Professor Carla Gomes to support transformative computing and technology research.
01/07/2016
The National Science Foundation Jan. 7 announced a new $10 million award to Computer Science Professor Carla Gomes to support transformative computing and technology research.
01/06/2016
Ben Gavitt ‘79, director of Cornell’s New York State Wine Analytical Lab in Geneva, New York, helped improve the taste of wines made around the world, died Dec. 25, 2015, at age 59.

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