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In events held at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and at Weill Cornell Medicine March 17, students, faculty and staff paid tribute to Cornell's late preside, Elizabeth Garrett.

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Dr. Sing Sing Way, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, was awarded the inaugural Gale and Ira Drukier Prize in Children's Health Research March 17.

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A panel of art and archive experts stressed the importance of preserving materials not captured by the Internet at a March 10 discussion at New York City's University Club.

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New research from Weill Cornell Medicine identified "good" or "commensal" bacteria that inhabits human and mouse immune cells and appears to protect the body from inflammation and illness.

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Lakhdar Brahimi, a veteran diplomat and former special adviser to United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan, is on campus as the Einaudi Center's first International Practitioner-in-Residence.

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More than 500 people came to hear about Cornell's historical and current role as an educator of diplomats and influencers of foreign policy, March 8 in New York City.

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Cornell and other top business college students tested the popularity of their technical and marketing skills on March 4 during the third annual Johnson Women in Technology conference in Manhattan.

On March 8, Dr. Laurie Glimcher, dean of Weill Cornell Medicine, announced the launch of the President Elizabeth Garrett Fund for Colon Cancer Research.

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Home births increased by 80 percent from 2009-2014, but they present a small but significant risk to the health of the mother and baby, according to new research by Weill Cornell Medicine.