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03/26/2015
Lindsay Springer, an accidental wine expert and a graduate student in the field of food science, won the Graduate Research Award March 24 for her work in red wine quality.
03/26/2015
Swati Sureka ‘15, a student in the College of Arts and Sciences, is the only student in the United States this year to receive a Keasbey Scholarship to pursue graduate study in the United Kingdom for two years.
03/26/2015
A five-year, $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will help Cornell researchers plan to test a recipe to lower childhood obesity while boosting the bottom line for farmers.
03/26/2015
Three computer science students will spend this summer as paid interns in small startup companies, helpinmg them with their problems and getting a crash course in entrepreneurship.
03/25/2015
In the war against ebola, Cornell University and two partners will rethink, reimagine and re-engineer protective suits for healthcare workers on the front line.
03/25/2015
Decision-making tools for cancer treatment should incorporate patient's 'essential bottom line,' according to Valerie F. Reyna, professor of human development in Cornell’s College of Human Ecology.
03/25/2015
A scientific finding that demonstrates specific genes influencing the effect of dietary nutrition on immunity provides insights that may one day inform personalized medicine.
03/25/2015
A new initiative offers hope for African small farms by helping ensure that new seed varieties with higher yields make it through the supply chain from breeders to farmers.
03/25/2015
Indoor spaces offer a new research frontier for studies in ecology and evolutionary biology of organisms that live inside built environments, according to a paper authored by a Cornell graduate student.
03/25/2015
Weill Cornell Medical College's Dr. Lewis C. Cantley has won the 2015 Canada Gairdner International Award from the Gairdner Foundation for his groundbreaking discovery of a family of enzymes that are fundamental to understanding cancer.

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