NIH funds consortium to speed TB treatment development

A new consortium co-led by Weill Cornell Medicine has been awarded a five-year, $31 million grant from the NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to accelerate the development of better treatment regimens for tuberculosis.

Researchers customize AI tools for digital pathology

Scientists from Weill Cornell Medicine and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have developed new AI tools tailored to digital pathology, a growing field that uses high-resolution digital images created from tissue samples to help diagnose disease.

Study backs RSV vaccine safety during pregnancy

Vaccinating mothers against RSV during late pregnancy to protect their newborns is not associated with an increased risk of preterm birth or other poor outcomes, according to Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian investigators.

Leak, Vashistha recognized for excellence in promoting diversity

Professors Tashara M. Leak and Aditya Vashistha are recipients of the Faculty Award for Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service through Diversity.

New lab test to detect persistent HIV strains in Africa may aid search for cure

A multinational team led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators developed a test for an HIV strain that disproportionately affects women and will benefit patients around the world.

Cornell Board of Directors Forum set for October in NYC

Designed to provide corporate leaders with critical skills and actionable insights to bring to their boardrooms, the 2024 Cornell Tech Board of Directors Forum is slated for Oct. 29 and 30 in New York City.

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Cornell inventors celebrated at cross-campus event

Cornell inventors are turning visionary ideas into tangible solutions to global challenges. Cornell’s Center for Technology Licensing celebrated their achievements at its inaugural Bearers of Innovation event.

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Aspiring entrepreneurs get inspired at NYC event

Panelists at the “How to Leap into Entrepreneurship” event talked the importance of networking, using their Cornell connections and experiences and developing an ability to handle failure.

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Cell division: Before commitment, a long engagement

Before a cell commits fully to the process of dividing itself into two new cells, it may ensure the appropriateness of its commitment by staying for many hours – sometimes more than a day – in a reversible intermediate state, according to new research.