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2009  
August Some mice stem cells divide in unexpected ways, study says More...
July Researchers use yeast to identify cancer-causing genes that may also occur in humans More...
January Researchers uncover how protein receptors on cells switch on and off for growth and health More...
   
2008  
December New technique provides snapshot of all genes being transcribed across human genome More...
October Researchers describe how cells take out the trash to prevent disease. More...
October Cornell launches Center for Comparative and Population Genomics. More...
July A new look at how genes unfold to enable their expression. More...
May Weill Institute announces four new hires. More...
April Discovery of link in mosquito mating mechanism could lead to new attack on dengue and yellow fever. More...
March Amanda M. Larracuente is a recipient of the 2008 DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics.
The award allows young researchers to attend national and international meetings or enroll in laboratory courses. More...
February Cornell scientists find how a protein binds to genes and regulates them across the human genome. More...
January Seminal fluid can impact female fruit fly's fertility, offering clues into human reproduction. More...
January Research sheds light on the mechanics of gene transcription. More...
   
2007  
November Gene regulation: Drosophila continue to offer signs -- and questions. More...
November In an international study, the humble fruit fly gives clues to genetic adaption and immune system evolution. More...
September NSF awards $5.6 million to project between Plant Biology, CBSU, Yale and Iowa State. More...