Cells in the nervous system can “put the brakes” on immune response to infections to prevent excessive inflammation.
On Feb. 27, 90 students from public high schools across New York City participated in Big Red STEM Day, designed to inspire high school students to consider STEM fields.
A new online Nutrition and Healthy Living certificate program puts the power of contemporary nutrition science into participants’ hands.
Cornell and U.S Department of Agriculture researchers announced that they are releasing a nutritious new red rice cultivar that should appeal to people interested in alternative grains.
Dr. Vijay Sankaran, who investigates molecular underpinnings of pediatric genetic blood disorders, has been awarded the third annual Gale and Ira Drukier Prize in Children’s Health Research.
A Feb. 27 by Weill Cornell Medicine and other investigators reveals that blood transfusions are declining nationally.
A major study led by Cornell researchers reveals for the first time that water troughs on farms are a pathway for the spread of toxic E. coli in cattle.
Proteins that function like spools to tightly wind DNA, called histones, play an active role in DNA repair, according to a new study from Weill Cornell Medicine scientists.
eCornell offers a new Nutrition Counseling certificate for registered dietitian nutritionists to develop their skills.