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05/10/2016
Cornell senior Juliet Jacobson ’16 used a grant from the President's Council of Cornell Women to create a space in Mann Library to honor the achievements of Nobel Laureate Barbara McClintock '23, M.A. '25, Ph.D. '27.
05/10/2016
Emeritus professor Stanley Zahler, whose work during his 35-year Cornell career left a lasting imprint on the teaching of microbial genetics at the university, died April 26 in California. He was 89 years old.
05/10/2016
Administrative practices of U.S. unions have dramatically shifted during the past 20 years, according to research led by Lois S. Gray of the ILR School.
05/09/2016
Cornell researchers have found no evidence to suggest that the risks of a mother potentially transmitting the virus to her child via breastfeeding outweigh the benefits of breastfeeding, though they caution that more study is necessary.
05/09/2016
A New York state subsidy of 5 cents per school lunch just one day per week for the purchase of local fruits and vegetables would likely boost New York farmers and local economies, a new report finds.
05/09/2016
The Cornell Vegetable Program assists farmers in 12 western New York counties by helping them apply Cornell research and expertise to their local vegetable growing operations.
05/06/2016
The New York Climate Science Clearinghouse features New York-specific climate to provide the public and policymakers access to the most recent and credible information available to inform decisions.
05/05/2016
Smoking tobacco – even lightly – through water pipes significantly affects lung function and biology in young adults, a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers shows.
05/05/2016
Dr. Geoffrey Pitt, a leading cardiologist and scientist, will direct Weill Cornell Medicine's new Cardiovascular Research Institute.
05/05/2016
Marcos Moreno was among 60 scholars were selected from 482 applicants nominated nationwide this year. He plans to be a primary care physician in his native Arizona.

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