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William Dichtel, assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology, has a 2010 Nontenured Faculty Award from 3M that will provide $15,000 per year toward research for up to three years. (March 10, 2010)

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Can species quickly evolve when humans rapidly change their habitats? The answer, in some cases, is yes, according to a new study of North American songbirds. (March 9, 2010)

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Another weapon in the arsenal against cancer has been invented at Cornell: nanoparticles that identify, target and kill specific cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone. (March 9, 2010)

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Putnam was cited for high-throughput pharmaceutical formulation and development of novel biomaterials used for controlled release of therapeutic compounds and for prevention of post-operative seromas. (March 8, 2010)

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The work may lead to the development of new insecticides to disrupt the mosquito's renal system, which contributes to a mosquito's survival after feeding on blood. (March 3, 2010)

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Cornell psychology and neurobiology professor Timothy DeVoogd has written an editorial in the Feb. 26 issue of Science calling for more 'science diplomacy' with developing countries. (March 1, 2010)

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Anurag Agrawal has become the first Cornell professor to receive the prestigious David Starr Jordan Prize in the prize's 20-year history.

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The NYS Integrated Pest Management program has been cut from the proposed New York budget. Yet it saves farmers millions of dollars and keeps New Yorkers safer and healthier, says a Cornell expert.

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New postgraduate fellowships, named for Frank H.T. Rhodes and funded by a $5 million gift from The Atlantic Philanthropies, will further research in the Law School and Cornell Population Program.