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Singh wins grant from defense department for cancer research

Ankur Singh, assistant professor in the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has won a $555,000 grant from the defense department to further his study of B-cell lymphoma.

Johnson's Nelson and peer deans discuss the value of the MBA

A panel of deans from the nation’s top colleges told prospective MBA students May 20 that a master's degree in business administration offers the best return on investment among advanced degrees.

Cornell Tech has final Open Studio before move to new campus

Cornell Tech's Open Studio, held for the final time at the Google building campus, gives budding entrepreneurs a chance to pitch their ideas to several hundred people, including business leaders.

Weill Cornell team creates breakthrough on blood disorders

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have discovered an innovative method to make an unlimited supply of healthy blood cells from the readily available cells that line blood vessels.

'Bookmarks' on stem cell genes preserve cell identity

Stem cells preserve their identities after cell division by using a series of protein "bookmarks" on their genes, according to new research published by scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine.

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Researchers ID drug that blocks some blood cancers

A compound identified by Weill Cornell Medicine scientists inhibits the growth of a rare blood cancer found in people with HIV-AIDS.

Weill Cornell Medicine doctoral students present their work

At the 37th Annual Vincent du Vigneaud Memorial Symposium April 18, posters displayed research from students at every stage along the path to a doctorate.

Study reveals how HIV virus destroys lung tissue

Up to 30 percent of HIV patients who are appropriately treated with antiretroviral therapies develop emphysema. New research from Weill Cornell Medicine investigators has uncovered a mechanism that might explain why this lung damage occurs.

Students learn to commercialize medical technologies

The Bench to Bedside Initiative program, part of Weill Cornell Medicine's entrepreneurship lab, helps medical and doctoral students, clinicians and researchers launch technologies into startups.