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Gilead Sciences is continuing to make major investments in cancer treatments, announcing Thursday that its subsidiary Kite will pay biotech company Sangamo Therapeutics up to $3 billion for its gene-editing technology. The Bay Area companies will use the technology to jointly develop oncology therapies, focusing initially on blood cancers. It is the latest move by Gilead, the Foster City biopharmaceutical giant that has long... [Read More]
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The world's largest restaurant chain is rolling out a new program. [Read More]
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Alabama coach Nick Saban has promoted Mike Locksley to offensive coordinator and Josh Tupoi to defensive coordinator and hired two new assistants... [Read More]
The school resource deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has resigned following the school massacre, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel confirmed. [Read More]
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Hoosiers could be able to purchase alcohol on a Sunday as soon as March 4. [Read More]
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The unveiling of "Das Deutcshe Haus" sign at the Athenaeum acknowledges a sad chapter in Indy history. [Read More]
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At the annual CPAC conservative gathering, a NRA representative trotted out a pathetic new distraction: blame media coverage for mass shootings. She also tried to stoke racial animus, implying that mainstream news media do not cover gun violence when the victims are black. [Read More]
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The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia questioned the link between games and violence. [Read More]
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The Mexican national team will play Wales at the Rose Bowl on May 28 in its last game before this summer's World Cup in Russia, the country's national soccer federation and Soccer United Marketing, the team's marketing arm, announced Thursday. [Read More]
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Ford will appoint Kumar Galhotra as the new president of Ford North America, the company announced. Galhotra will succeed Raj Nair, the former president. [Read More]
President Martha E. Pollack was presented with a model of Cassini on Feb. 16, commemorating three decades of Cornell participation in Cassini's historic mission. [Read More]
Events this week include a play about pioneering scientist Barbara McClintock; a concert tribute to Steven Stucky by Ensemble X; a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey In The Rock and an experimental film series. [Read More]
The staff at Mann Library are always ready for a challenge, whether it's looking up an obscure reference, finding an out-of-print journal for a faculty member, or researching Ezra Cornell's farm equipment. [Read More]
Proteins that function like spools to tightly wind DNA, called histones, play an active role in DNA repair, according to a new study from Weill Cornell Medicine scientists. [Read More]
"Can war be prevented by law?" will be debated March 1 with the authors of "The Internationalists: How a Radical Plan to Outlaw War Remade the World." [Read More]
More than 3,000 staff, faculty, retirees and their families enjoyed chicken parmesan or a vegetarian meal at the Winter Employee Celebration Feb. 17. Many went bowling, took in a movie at Cornell Cinema or cheered on Big Red at one of several athletics events held the same day. [Read More]
Not every listing in the upcoming Cornell United Way online auction, March 9, can be found only in Ithaca, but most of them are experiences or items unique to the area and many even unique to Cornell. [Read More]
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North Richland Hills police are requesting the public's help in finding an 84-year-old man whose family says he may be in the early stages of... [Read More]
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"Scandal" star Bellamy Young has been cast as the lead of the ABC drama pilot "False Profits." Written and executive produced by "Code Black" alum Kayla Alpert, the dramedy follows a team of down-and-out women in suburban Arizona as they fight their way to the top of the cutthroat world of a multi-level marketing cosmetics business. Young will star as Laura, a single mom of two kids who signs up for the scheme to get ahead. Also Read: Kat Dennings to Star in ABC Comedy Based on Blog 'How May We Hate You' Jason Reed and... [Read More]
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In his 2014 speculative thriller "Ex Machina," writer-director Alex Garland created a haunting, stylishly atmospheric meditation on what it means to be human, building a credible world just this shy of the future in which humanoid robots moved, loved and deceived with all the nuance and subterfuge of their flesh-and-bone counterparts. Garland brings his considerable talents for weird vibes and arresting visuals to "Annihilation," which this time dwells on nature run amok rather than technology - and to less successful effect. In his adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer's 2014 novel, Natalie Portman plays a biologist and U.S. [Read More]
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