New type of cancer treatment targets cancer cell proteins

Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have found a new therapeutic approach to an aggressive form of lymphoma that may greatly increase the efficacy of treatment and result in better patient outcomes.

Real estate contest draws record number of applicants

The School of Hotel Administration’s seventh annual Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition will feature 20 teams of undergraduates compete for prize money Nov. 9-10 in New York City.

Provost tackles 'the challenge and art' of charting the future

Michael I. Kotlikoff discusses his role as the university's chief academic officer, the strategic planning process he will lead for Cornell and how his experience as a dean has prepared him for this job.

Poultry vaccine nets Ezra Technology Innovator Award

Two Cornell professors emeriti of veterinary medicine have received the 2015 Ezra Technology Innovator Award for their work as co-inventors of the Marek's disease vaccine.

Exosome proteins predict cancer's spread, study shows

Investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine have discovered precisely how certain types of cancers spread to particular organs in the body, supporting the century-old "seed and soil" theory of metastasis.

Cell stress response and fat and obesity gene linked

Cornell researchers have discovered mechanisms that control the function of a fat and obesity gene while at the same time answering a long-standing question about how cells respond to stress.

Cornell Tech, Law School announce new degree program

Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School announced Oct. 27 the launch of a Master of Laws degree in law, technology and entrepreneurship at the Cornell Tech campus in New York City. Enrollment will begin in 2016.

Grants available for projects that span Ithaca, Cornell Tech

Provost Michael Kotlikoff has called for proposals for feasibility and planning grants for academic programs that span the Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses. The deadline to submit proposals is Jan. 22, 2016.

Cornellians teach Model UN at two NYC high schools

Members of the Cornell International Affairs Society spent their fall break piloting a program that taught Model United Nations, public speaking and debate skills to students at two New York City public high schools.