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Attachment is the theme of assistant professor Vivian Zayas' '94 life, as she's personally attached to Ultimate (Frisbee) and professionally to the study of attachment. (Oct. 12, 2010)

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President David Skorton and Joseph Fins of Weill Cornell Medical College have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.

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Professor James Maas has co-authored 'Sleep for Success! Everything You Must Know About Sleep but Are Too Tired to Ask,' which has many research findings and tips about getting a healthy night's sleep. (Oct. 1, 2010)

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Flu vaccine clinics have been scheduled across campus for the fall semester on the Gannett Health Services' website. Free to enrolled students, faculty, staff and retirees with Cornell ID. (Sept. 23, 2010)

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The President's Council of Cornell Women's Affinito-Stewart Grants Program has awarded research grants to seven assistant professors to help them complete research important in their tenure process.

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Cornell researchers have discovered a molecule that can essentially starve cancer cells of an animo acid they need for growth. The finding may lead to a new class of cancer-fighting drugs. (Sept. 16, 2010)

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Cornell employees interested in losing weight are invited to take part in a study that will test a new method of controlling weight. (Sept. 16, 2010)

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Occasional smoking, and even second-hand smoke, create biological changes that may increase the risks of lung disease and cancer, according to a new study Cornell scientists in Ithaca and at Weill Cornell. (Aug. 26, 2010)

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Cornell's Department of Biomedical Engineering has received $700,000 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to help train Ph.D. students to work at the interface of engineering science and medicine. (Aug. 9, 2010)