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Antibody-making bacteria promise drug development

A team of Cornell chemical engineers and New England Biolabs scientists have devised a method for churning out complex proteins, including many of today's blockbuster, life-saving antibody drugs, in as little as a week.

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Language analysis predicts a coming betrayal

Messages in the online game Diplomacy reveal linguistic patterns that predict back-stabbing, according to a team of researchers at Cornell, the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado.

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Brutsaert awarded highest honor from AGU

Wilfried Brutsaert, the William L. Lewis Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been awarded the 2015 William Bowie Medal – the highest honor from the American Geophysical Union.

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Institute of Management Accountants bestows Distinguished Member Award on Gary Cokins ORIE ’71

By: Mark Eisner

Gary Cokins, left, with emeritus IMA chair John Macaulay Gary Cokins ORIE ’71 is one of the first two recipients of the Annual Distinguished Member Award recently established by The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). The award recognizes IMA members “whose successes, exceptional achievements, dedication, and professionalism bring honor to the organization, the profession, and themselves consistent with IMA’s mission and core values,” according to the IMA. It celebrates a career that began with an undergraduate baseball simulation and has led to contributions to the data-driven approach...

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