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Molecular mechanism underlies anxiety, autism

A calcium-dependent molecular mechanism discovered in the brain cells of mice by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators may underlie the impaired social interactions and anxiety found in neuropsychiatric disorders – including schizophrenia and autism.

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Carpenter advising awards honor four on faculty

Vice Provost Rebecca Stoltzfus presented Cornell faculty members Austin Bunn, Ella Maria Diaz, Michael Goldstein and Irby Lovette with 2017 Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Awards May 27.

Student inventors to view their tech through business lens

Six engineering doctoral students are stepping out from behind the lab bench to closely examine the market potential for their research technologies.

Neurobiologist Nilay Yapici named Pew scholar

Nilay Yapici, assistant professor of neurobiology and behavior in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a 2017 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences.

Baskin, Chang win Beckman Young Investigator award

Assistant professors Jeremy Baskin of the College of Arts and Sciences and Pamela Chang of the College of Veterinary Medicine have been named Beckman Young Investigators by the Beckman Foundation.

Neurotech panel shares successes from first year

Faculty from Cornell Neurotech shared stories of technologies they have developed in their first year of operation at a Reunion 2017 panel, "Unlocking the Brain: Cornell's Search for the Key."

Graduate student honored for grape disease research

Graduate student Megan Hall's research of sour rot grape disease earned her the 2017 Presidents' Award for Scholarship in Viticulture from the American Society of Enology and Viticulture.

Cornell veterinarians lead 'pet oasis' on the JFK tarmac

This month, veterinarians from Cornell University helped open a new animal care and import-export center at John F. Kennedy International Airport called The ARK.

Wildlife Health Cornell takes new approach to natural world

Led by some of the world's top wildlife health experts, Wildlife Health Cornell seeks a healthier future for wildlife by promoting the well-being of animals, people and the natural world we share.