Events this week include faculty authors discussing careers and new ways of giving, a panel on world development, guest filmmakers showing their work, and a song cycle based on female characters in Greek tragedy.
The Cornell Center for Materials Research has been approved for a six-year, $23.2 million extension of funding from the National Science Foundation to continue its mission of research, education and outreach.
OR Link – a cloud-based software company that aims to save lives, reduce surgical supply waste and make operating rooms more efficient – joined Cornell’s business incubator, the Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences, Sept. 1.
An interdisciplinary study led by biomedical engineering professor Claudia Fischbach-Teschl connects breast cancer metastasis to the nanocrystal structure of certain bone regions where metastasis occurs.
Engineering professors David Putnam and Matt DeLisa have teamed up to create a method for a quick-acting, long-lasting single-shot influenza vaccine that could work quickly and effectively during a pandemic outbreak.