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8/18/2014 Archer Lynden Archer, the William C. Hooey Director and Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has received the 2014 Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (NSEF) Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE).
8/14/2014   Loeckenhoff Corinna Loeckenhoff, associate professor of human development, is the 2014 recipient of the Margret M. and Paul B.
8/13/2014 By Bill Steele A smartphone app to assist people with bipolar disorder, conceived by Cornell researchers, has won the prestigious $100,000 Heritage Open mHealth Challenge.

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2/27/2015

More than 650 people from 25 countries attended Citizen Science 2015, the inaugural conference of the Citizen Science Association, on Feb. 11-12 in San Jose, California.

2/27/2015

A team of researchers at Weill Cornell has improved a nonsurgical procedure that safely and effectively corrects newborn ear deformities in just two weeks.

2/27/2015

Cornell chemical engineers and astronomers have theorized a new kind of methane-based cell membrane that could thrive in the harsh, cold conditions of Titan, Saturn's largest moon.

2/26/2015

How much money would be saved if one high-risk person was prevented from contracting HIV in the United States? A new Weill Cornell study provides the answer.

2/26/2015

At a recent community showcase, undergraduates involved in the Biology Service Leaders program presented projects that ranged from testing water quality in local streams to teaching biology to people in prison.

2/26/2015

To see if rural towns benefit from selling local farm products to urban consumers, the USDA awarded a $500,000 grant on Feb. 25 to a team of Cornell researchers led by economist Todd Schmit.

2/26/2015

Events on campus this week include a talk by environmental writer Dan Fagin, a young people's concert with Cornell Symphony Orchestra, and a debate on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

2/26/2015

The ILR Employment and Disability Institute’s New York State Partners in Policymaking program will receive $250,000 annually for the next five years. The money will fund a Web-based model of leadership training.

2/26/2015

In his new book, "The Death of Caesar: The Story of History’s Most Famous Assassination," Barry Strauss says Caesar's propensity for taking risks led him to the Roman Senate on the Ides of March, the day of his assassination.

2/26/2015

With a new NIH grant, investigators in the Tuberculosis Research Unit hope to catalyze research findings made in the lab and at Weill Cornell's GHESKIO clinic in Haiti into new, effective agents to replace current TB therapies.