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Artistry from science: Cornell University researchers have unveiled striking, atomic-resolution details of what graphene "quilts" look like at the boundaries between patches, and have uncovered key insights into graphene's electrical and mechanical properties.
The liver's unique ability among organs to regenerate itself has been little understood.
Christmas Bazaar & Bake Sale to Benefit Local Toy & Joy Program Ring in the holiday season with local crafts & delicious home-made food. Carolers, Frosty, Mrs.
Low-cost Critical Medical Communication Platform Introduced Insure Communication, a web-based CTRM system by Radar Medical Systems, is the first SaaS critical alert communication platform available for hospitals, radiology practices, labs and other medical testing facilities. Toledo, OH (PRWEB) October 21, 2010 RADAR Medical Systems, LLC, a leading provider of CTRM software to the medical community, announces the introduction of the first low-cost web-based CTRM platform, Insure Communication.
In a report published in the Oct. 20 issue of Science Translational Medicine, researchers at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center say animal and human data suggest gene therapy to the brain may be able to treat patients with major depression who do not respond to traditional drug treatment.
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NEW YORK, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- On Thursday, July 22, a federal court jury found that Cornell University's Weill Medical College and a former faculty member submitted false claims to the National Institutes of Health on three separate occasions from 1999-2001 arising from a grant designed to train neuropsychologists for a research career in HIV/AIDS.
In a major step toward understanding the mysterious "pseudogap" state in high-temperature cuprate superconductors, a team of Cornell, Binghamton University and Brookhaven National Laboratory scientists have found a "broken symmetry," where electrons act like molecules in a liquid crystal: Electrons between copper and oxygen atoms arrange themselves differently "north-south" than "east-west."
Third edition connects the financial crisis with the need for sustainable innovation ITHACA, N.Y., June 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In Capitalism at the Crossroads: Next Generation Business Strategies for a Post-Crisis World, Stuart Hart, professor of Management at the Johnson School, suggests that the most powerful institutions in the world - multinational corporations - have a unique opportunity to devise the innovations needed to create a sustainable form of global capitalism, while...
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