Studying Sugars at the Nanoscale
Cells in our body are covered with sugars—the glycocalyx. In cancer cells, Matthew Paszek found glycocalyx factors that can contribute to aggressive cancer.
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Research Around the University
Fueling Cornell Startups for Success
Transaction fees change the culture of bitcoin, study says
One giant step for a chess-playing machine
New genomic analysis may lead to improved watermelon
Online tool helps guide wildlife repopulation efforts
NEH supports faculty research, preservation projects
Online birth stories reveal power imbalances
Scientists retrace monarch’s toxin-immunity evolution
Government professor featured in new documentary
Fluorescent probes offer fuller view of drug delivery in cells
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