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03/10/2015
A technology that generates electricity from the beating wings of birds, bats or even moths could produce enough power to run a device that collects data used by biologists.
03/10/2015
A team of researchers has sequenced the genome of classical Hodgkin lymphoma, illuminating exactly which proteins are altered in individual patients. The findings could pave the way to delivering personalized treatments.
03/09/2015
A Cornell research team is joining local efforts to help design a socio-ecological corridor that could help save endangered, threatened, endemic species in Ecuador's Andes region.
03/09/2015
Three new varieties of alfalfa developed over many years at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences combat devastating pests, increase yields and improve forage quality.
03/09/2015
Reporting in Nature Materials March 9, Cornell physicists have made a mechanical switch out of the origami folding pattern known as the square twist.
03/09/2015
Reporting in Nature Materials March 9, Cornell physicists have made a mechanical switch out of the origami folding pattern known as the square twist.
03/09/2015
Cornell mathematicians offer a new way of seeing the Abelian sandpile fractal, by quantifying how its formation depends on its original square grid.
03/06/2015
Cornell applied physicists have demonstrated an unprecedented method of control over electron spins using extremely high-frequency sound waves.
03/05/2015
In Cornell's young wine and grape program, a former graduate student and two professors have earned 2015 scientific paper of the year honors from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.
03/05/2015
Dr. Harold Varmus, director of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health, is internationally recognized for his research on retroviruses and the genetic basis of cancer.

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