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Renerva, a medical startup developing an injectable gel to speed the healing of damaged nerves and creating a nerve-graft product, has joined Cornell’s McGovern Center.

A Cornell study led by Alexander Nikitin, professor of pathology, provides important new insights into a common and deadly type of gastric cancer.

More than 200 attendees at Cornell’s Sustainability Leadership Summit heard how New York may be a leader in creating renewable energy and learned about the university’s own sustainability progress.

In a review of thousands of peer-reviewed studies, the What We Know Project an initiative of Cornell’s Center for the Study of Inequality, has found a strong link between anti-LGBT discrimination and harms to the health and well-being of LGBT people.

Cities in the “global south” – densely populated urban areas that are part of low-income countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America – should phase out pit latrines, septic tanks and other on-site methods of human waste management, according to a Cornell researcher.

Four Cornell researchers took a deeper look at mosquito reproduction with the goal of helping humans combat outbreaks of diseases such as dengue and Zika, which are worsening as the climate warms.

Sweet meets heat in “We Cayenne Change the World,” a rich, velvety chocolate ice cream, with a burst of cayenne pepper. Get an extra scoop, as it won Cornell’s annual Food Science 1101 final project.

A chance meeting of two Cornell researchers led to a collaboration and new understanding of how bacteria resist toxins, which could lead to new tools in the fight against harmful infections.

Weill Cornell Medicine has been awarded a five-year, $4.6 million grant to create a center aimed at developing technology to help older adults who have cognitive impairments.