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Discovery of genetic mutations may lead to lymphoma therapy

An international team of researchers has discovered a pair of genetic mutations that drive tumor growth in patients who have a deadly subtype of T-cell lymphoma. The findings could lead to new targeted therapies for this aggressive disease.

New research amends earlier triple negative breast cancer finding

Weill Cornell Medical College investigators have invalidated a previously reported molecular finding on triple negative breast cancer that many hoped would lead to targeted treatments for the aggressive disease.

Bird’s-eye view of NYC for Architecture, Art and Planning

The College of Architecture, Art and Planning’s New York City program has moved into a new space in the Standard Oil Building, a historic landmark overlooking lower Manhattan.

Study: Partial knee replacement surgery tops full replacement

Partial knee replacements are superior economically to total knee replacements in older adults, new research from Weill Cornell Medical College and Hospital for Special Surgery investigators suggests.

Social science, art to connect in New York City event

Internationally renowned social scientists from Cornell and other institutions are getting together with artists on April 18 for a "salon" convened by the Institute for the Social Sciences.

Poetry readings celebrate the Near East and New York

“Poetry & Pastry: an elegant soiree of Near Eastern & New York Poetry" on April 16 will combine literature, art, pastry and the launch of a book of poetry. The event will be held at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art.

Weill Cornell's Belfer Research Building certified LEED Gold

Weill Cornell Medical College's state-of-the-art Belfer Research Building has achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its sustainable design and green construction.

Cornell Hillel to honor David Skorton with Tanner Prize

President David J. Skorton will receive the the 2015 Tanner Prize May 29 at the Cornell Club of New York in honor of his contributions to the Jewish people and Cornell University.

Lewis Cantley wins Canada Gairdner International Award

Weill Cornell Medical College's Dr. Lewis C. Cantley has won the 2015 Canada Gairdner International Award from the Gairdner Foundation for his groundbreaking discovery of a family of enzymes that are fundamental to understanding cancer.