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Researchers describe gut health’s influence on brain health

New cellular and molecular processes underlying communication between gut microbes and brain cells have been described for the first time by scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell’s Ithaca campus.

Weill Cornell Medicine policy chair elected to national academy

Dr. Rainu Kaushal, chair of the Department of Healthcare Policy and Research at Weill Cornell Medicine, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine

Cornell Tech clinic to help intimate violence victims

The Computer Security Clinic for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence will help survivors of intimate partner violence determine whether their abusers are using technology as a tool to harm them, Cornell Tech announced Oct. 22.

Educational verve: New approaches to teaching revolutionize the classroom

How new approaches to teaching and learning at Cornell are revolutionizing the classroom and transforming students’ experiences.

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Cornellians provide ‘greatest good’ return on investment

The ongoing challenges we face as a society are social and technical, and demand both expertise and humanity – and they require the kind of education and knowledge that Cornellians strive for, said Cornell President Martha E. Pollack during her State of the University Address Oct. 18.

NYC-based landscape architecture course a first

This past summer, Cornell landscape architecture students examined complicated redevelopment questions regarding post-industrial sites in New York City and designed their own projects.

ILR’s prison job fair opens doors for incarcerated

Twelve employers, along with a former inmate now working as a union carpentry representative, met with 78 incarcerated men Oct. 4 at the Queensboro Correctional Facility in New York City.

Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit NYC set for Nov. 8

The eighth Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit NYC will be held in Manhattan Nov. 8 and will feature eight entrepreneurial business leaders speaking in TED-style talks and fireside chats.

Superhero program calms children in preparation for MRIs

Turning an MRI exam into a superhero adventure helps prepare children for the test and reduces the need for sedation, according to research by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian.