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How much money would be saved if one high-risk person was prevented from contracting HIV in the United States? A new Weill Cornell study provides the answer.

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In an exclusive symposium designed for Cornell students, officials from the United Nations detailed a new 15-year initiative on battling climate change worldwide.

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Hundreds of Cornellians participated in a Big Red version of the "Antiques Road Show" Feb. 6 in New York City. Among the donated items is a piece of the goal post from Penn's Franklin Field taken down in the wake of a famous Cornell football win in 1958.

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Dan Huttenlocher, vice provost and dean of Cornell Tech, has been appointed to Corning Incorporated’s board of directors, effective Feb. 3. Huttenlocher will serve on the board’s finance and audit committees.

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A $50 million gift from Verizon will support the development of the Verizon Executive Education Center on the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island, Cornell Tech officials announced Feb. 2.

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Hundreds of Cornell alumni and students at 37 sites across the country, as well as Thailand, participated Jan. 4-14 in the Public Service Center’s Cornell Cares Day.

Birth of chic: Blake Uretsky ’15 won a $30,000 Geoffrey Beene national scholarship from the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund, for her design of maternity wear that monitors the vitals of expectant mothers.

In researching his new book, “30 Lessons for Loving: Advice from the Wisest Americans on Love, Relationships, and Marriage” gerontologist Karl Pillemer found that the search for love doesn't end in our golden years.

Cornell professor and graduate student develop computer analysis to help New York City bike-sharing system improve efficiency and put bikes where they will get the most use. Student wins award for paper on subject.