A technique that enables scientists to record gene mutations and patterns of gene activity in individual cells has been extended to cover RNA splicing as well, in a study co-led by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Cornell Tech researchers deployed “trashbots” in Brooklyn for two weeks in July. The goal of the experiment was to see how people interact with, and make sense of, service robots in public spaces. The cleaning was an added bonus.
Pregnant women who had a previous COVID-19 infection and received full vaccination and a booster have the strongest immune protection from the disease – and pass that protection along to their unborn babies, according to a new study.
A non-opioid designer molecule for treating chronic neuropathic pain has had promising results in a preclinical study conducted by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and the Burke Neurological Institute.
Only one in five Medicaid enrollees diagnosed with hepatitis C virus started treatment, according to a retrospective study led by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell University’s Ithaca campus.
Board Governance: Navigating Emerging Technologies and More in a Complex World, a new Cornell Tech immersion program, is set to prepare corporate board members for fast-paced evolutions driving the future of commerce.