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Innovative quest launched to discover new tuberculosis drugs

With a new $1.5 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Cornell faculty have embarked on a quest using innovative methods to discover new drugs against tuberculosis (TB). <more>


Veterinary alum receives national public health award

Lt. Cmdr. Danielle Buttke, DVM('09)/PhD ('10) received the 2014 James H. Steele Veterinary Public Health Award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. <more>


Cornell models contemplation-based tools in science training

An article uses Cornell's programming as a model to discuss how institutions can integrate a broader set of learning tools into curricula for future scientists and clinicians. <more>


Cornell Veterinary College Alumni Reception at AVMA

Jul 28, 2014 - 7 PM

College of Veterinary Medicine hosting an alumni reception during the AVMA Conference <more>




M.H. Abrams to receive National Humanities Medal

Jul 23, 2014 - 12 AM

Influential literary critic M.H. Abrams is a recipient of the National Humanities Medal. President Barack Obama announced the honor July 22, the day before the emeritus professor's 102nd birthday. <more>


Exotic state of matter propels quantum computing theory

Jul 22, 2014 - 12 AM

Cornell physicists have answered a long-standing problem in quantum computing by making a fractional topological superconductor, an exotic state of matter in which emergent quasi-particles perform quantum computations without error. <more>


Study: Blacks lose homes more today than in '90s

Jul 22, 2014 - 12 AM

A new study finds growing racial inequality in the ability to remain a homeowner among African-Americans, due in part to deregulation legislation in the 1980s that have led to the subprime mortgage market. <more>