NIH grant to improve HIV-related cancer care abroad

The $3.5 million grant will go toward the improvement of screening and preventive treatment of cervical cancer for women living with HIV in low-resource countries.

Long-standing mystery about mRNAs resolved

A new Weill Cornell Medicine study solves a 50-year mystery and suggests that faulty mRNA modification may underlie some autoimmune and inflammatory disorders.

Launch of ILR School’s Climate Jobs Institute celebrated

The institute is a critical partner in New York’s nation-leading effort to address climate change, says New York State Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon said at its formal launch.

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Twelve faculty members elected AAAS fellows

Twelve Cornell and Weill Cornell Medicine faculty members – six of whom are also Cornell alumni – have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society.

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Creating tech to improve workplace diversity, inclusion

Translator, founded by Natalie Egan ’02 (she/her) is the next guest on the Startup Cornell podcast.

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Study shows how cells prevent harmful extra DNA copies

A protein that prepares DNA for replication also prevents the replication process from running out of control, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers. 

ILR School’s Climate Jobs Institute launches in New York City

Building off years of partnership with New York and national labor leaders to foster high-quality, climate-friendly employment that advances equity, the ILR School Climate Jobs Institute is launching Jan. 25 in New York City.

Lymphoma mutation yields super-competitive immune cells

The key to understanding how the most aggressive lymphomas arise and resist current therapies may lie in mutations that disrupt a critical natural selection process among antibody-producing B cells, according to a multi-institutional preclinical study led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.

Results of innovative Cornell-led public opinion survey to be released Friday

Results from the Cornell-led 2022 Collaborative Midterm Survey will be released Friday. The innovative survey of more than 19,000 Americans recorded opinions on a range of public affairs topics. It also will advance the science of survey research.

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