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Weill Cornell's Scott Blanchard has developed technology that can observe drug activity in a solitary molecule while in motion. The development may lead to newer, safer drug therapies. (Feb. 16, 2010)

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Ron Harris-Warrick has been named the first Menschel Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Cornell for one year for his proven ability to promote strong teaching in a range of contexts.

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As part of Ithaca Darwin Days, Doug Erwin, the Smithsonian curator of paleobiology, explored the roots of biodiversity in a Feb. 12 keynote address.

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The Cornell Biological Field Station will offer 11-week undergraduate research internships starting June 1, with applications due Feb. 15. (Feb. 9, 2010)

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Veterinary epidemiologist Yrjo Grohn has a new grant to study the bug that is the leading cause of infectious diarrhea in hospitals, using what he's learned from studying pathogens in farm animals.

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The Cornell Board of Trustees voted Jan. 22 to authorize construction of Weill Cornell Medical College's new Medical Research Building.

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As director of the Institute for Biotechnology and Life Sciences Technologies, Jocelyn Rose will promote and enhance research and infrastructure associated with life sciences at Cornell. (Feb. 1, 2010)

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Bdelloid rotifers haven't had sex in 30 million years, but scientists have discovered the secret to their evolutionary longevity.

When a species in a mutually beneficial relationship fails to hold up its end of the bargain, sanctions may be necessary to maintain the relationship, a Cornell study of figs and wasps finds.