An intercampus research team has been awarded a five-year, $3.65 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a quick, inexpensive method for accurately diagnosing urinary tract infections in kidney transplant patients.
Small-scale farmers see a path to solving global hunger over the next decade, thanks to a Cornell-hosted project that used artificial intelligence to cull ideas from more than 500,000 scientific research articles.
Three New York state companies have been chosen to participate in the Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart Program, through which they will collaborate with faculty members to develop and improve their products.
Researchers led by Hening Lin have found a new way to potentially treat inflammatory bowel disease, as well as other autoimmune disorders, by targeting a mechanism that regulates the signaling pathway that enables inflammation to occur.
Shu-Bing Qian, a professor of molecular nutrition whose work explores how genetic information gets translated in order to make proteins in cells, has won a National Institutes of Health Director’s Pioneer Award.