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High schoolers spawn fish, grow lettuce on NYC school rooftop

Public officials and proud parents of Food and Finance High School students toured a first-of-its-kind aquaponics greenhouse at the school on Oct. 25.

NYC students catch science ‘bug’ with help from Cornell scientists

More than a dozen teenage scientists spent their lunch hour Oct. 24 learning from Cornell scientists about the chemistry of the Hudson River.

Dogs offer new hope for lymphoma research

New research to improve the effectiveness of promising new cancer treatments could prove mutually beneficial to both dogs and people.

Transplantation of young blood vessel cells boosts aging stem cells

Transplanting young blood vessel cells into older mice can make their aged stem cells take on the characteristics of young stem cells.

Infusion of vascular cells to treat liver cirrhosis shows promise

A new therapy that uses blood-vessel-lining cells to regenerate damaged tissue has the potential to treat liver cirrhosis.

Parasitic disease linked to HIV infection

Women diagnosed with an infectious parasitic disease prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa are at increased risk of contracting HIV.

Cornell, community partners reflect on engagement for the greater good

Provost Michael Kotlikoff led a panel of faculty and community partners Oct. 20 to discuss the benefits of collaborative work and community efforts engaging students in addressing local and global public health challenges.

Symposium fosters entrepreneurial spirit at Weill Cornell Medicine

The Dean’s Inaugural Symposium on Opportunities for Entrepreneurship and Academic Drug Development was held Oct. 9 at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Milstein: Program will embrace long-held Cornell ethos

A panel discussion, part of Trustee-Council Annual Meeting weekend, focused on the bridges being built between Cornell's Ithaca campus and the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in NYC.