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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>


New aspects of mammary pathogenic E. coli virulence mechanisms

Jul 25, 2014 - 11 AM

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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>



New class of materials could power memory devices

Jul 24, 2014 - 12 AM

A new phase of matter known as topological insulators, until recently known only for esoteric quantum-mechanical properties, might have a practical use in controlling magnetic memory and logic devices. <more>


Adults are more apt than kids to clean their plates

Jul 24, 2014 - 12 AM

The average adult eats 92 percent of what he or she puts on his/her plate, according to a study led by Brian Wansink, director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab, to be published in the International Journal of Obesity. <more>


New York communities join to help teen parents

Jul 24, 2014 - 12 AM

To assist young parents with their child care needs and educational goals, youth development experts at Cornell are partnering with community leaders in Buffalo, the Bronx and Rochester on the Pathways to Success project. <more>