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Gut check: Teff grain boosts stomach microbiome health

Cornell food scientists confirm that the grain teff helps the stomach and enhances the nutritional value of iron and zinc, according to a new modeling method.

Data, testing helped Cornell curb COVID-19

The Cornell community’s low rates were achieved through the tireless work of students, university leaders and experts across fields.

Study: Disease-specific training benefits home care workers

Disease-specific training may improve home care workers’ job satisfaction and confidence caring for patients, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine and the ILR School.

‘One Health’ a key focus of COVID-19 Summit

The “One Health” approach is perfectly suited to tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, the most serious public health crisis in recent history, Cornell researchers said during the university’s COVID-19 Summit, a virtual event held Nov. 4-5.

Researchers 3D-print biomedical parts with supersonic speed

A Cornell-led collaboration developed a 3D printing technique that creates cellular metallic materials by smashing together powder particles at supersonic speed.

Baker Institute celebrates 70 years of discoveries

The Baker Institute for Animal Health has evolved and grown since its founding 70 years ago, and its breakthroughs regarding canine infectious diseases have established it as a global center for animal health research.

Teaming up: Coronavirus research at Cornell

Cornell researchers are working collaboratively at the forefront of their fields to re-examine and adapt their innovations to develop the tests, treatments and knowledge necessary to end the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Tool tracks COVID cases within NY school district boundaries

The ILR School has launched the NYS School District COVID-19 Tracker, an interactive, web-based mapping application that combines multiple sources of data on COVID-19, demographics and related topics by school district.

Watt Webb, biological imaging techniques pioneer, dies

Applied physicist Watt W. Webb, the S.B. Eckert Professor of Engineering Emeritus and a pioneer in methods for imaging living biological systems, died Oct. 29. He was 93.