Worms as a model for personalized medicine

Researchers have used a simple roundworm, Caenorhabditis elegans, as an experimental model to investigate inter-individual variation in metabolism.

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Scientists identify key molecular protector of gut health

A protein called Zbtb46, expressed by specialized immune cells, has a major role in protecting the gastrointestinal tract from excessive inflammation, according to a study from researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Get off my awn: Cornell Weed Team to compete in Ontario

For the students on the Cornell Weed Team, who face endless marijuana wisecracks from nonscientists, competing in the Northeastern Weed Science Society’s tournament in Guelph is no joke.

“Startup Cornell” podcast features one-year anniversary special

Hear speakers from the podcast's first year share their top tips.

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Improving care for road injuries could save lives

New research found that establishing complete trauma care programs accessible to 100% of road injury victims could save the lives of 200,000 people annually.

Collaboration will advance cardiac health through AI

A three-year, $15 million partnership between Cornell and NewYork-Presbyterian will employ artificial intelligence to help improve outcomes for people with cardiovascular disease.

Soft but tough: Biohybrid material performs like cartilage

Producing biomaterials that match the performance of cartilage and tendons has been an elusive goal for scientists, but a new material created at Cornell demonstrates a promising new approach to mimicking natural tissue.

Mantle cell lymphoma treatment varies according to setting

There is considerable variation in the management of mantle cell lymphoma across different clinical settings according to an analysis by investigators.

Post-operative atrial fibrillation associated with higher risk for heart failure

Post-operative atrial fibrillation may be a marker for early-stage heart failure and may potentially contribute to its development, according to a new study.