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Evidence found for climate-driven ecological shifts in North Atlantic, says Cornell study

As a result of global warming, which has caused Arctic freshwater ice to melt and flow southward, the ranges of some cold water, northern marine species have been moving down the North American coast. (Nov. 6, 2008)

Samantha the sheep gets a leg up, thanks to the work of<br />CU vets and sanctuary

Several disabled goats and sheep have been given artificial legs, thanks to several Cornell veterinarians working with Ithaca's Hangar Orthotics and Prosthetics. (Nov. 3, 2008)

Researchers describe how cells take out the trash to prevent disease

Molecutar biologist Scott Emr and colleagues describe in detail how cells recycle protein "garbage" in two recent papers appearing in the journals Cell and Developmental Cell. (Oct. 31, 2008)

Cornell launches Center for Comparative and Population Genomics

To highlight the growing importance of the study of genome variation and Cornell's expertise in the field, the university has launched the Cornell Center for Comparative and Population Genomics. (Oct. 29, 2008)

Minimally invasive spine surgery shown effective

Minimally invasive surgery can help patients suffering from worn and painful spinal disc degeneration in the same amount of time as standard, more invasive procedures, a study shows. (Oct. 29, 2008)

Still deadly after all these years

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have located a gene that could mutate to make Y. pestis, the bacterium responsible for the Black Plague, resistant to many common drugs. (Oct. 29, 2008)

New technique may ease pain and discomfort following prostate cancer surgery

To ease the pain of recovery following prostate cancer surgery, researchers have developed an innovative and patient-friendly approach that eliminates the use of a catheter. (Oct. 29, 2008)

Weill Hall business incubator gets new momentum with $7.5 million McGovern gift

The IDEA Center, the life sciences business incubator, is now the Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences, thanks to the McGovern family's gift of $7.5 million. (Oct. 22, 2008)

At Weill Hall dedication, faculty panel ponders life science feats and promises

A panel of Cornell faculty had a lively discussion on research and issues in the life sciences during the dedication of Weill Hall and the Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology, Oct. 16. (Oct. 17, 2008)