COVID-19 news

A red bacteria

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Protein IDs, drug candidates, show promise for COVID science
  • Computational Biology
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics

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Global food systems expert Johan Swinnen, Ph.D. ’92, will explore the lessons learned and the steps needed to prevent a hunger catastrophe in the first talk of a new speaker series dedicated to confronting the world’s most urgent and complex challenges.

  • Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
  • Department of Global Development
  • Climate Change
From left, Ari Broad, Rachael Skye, Beth Rhoades, Scarlett Lee, Kara Rode Webber and Kara Fikrig standing on stairs in front of a Cornell building.

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Vaccination Conversations with Scientists, a group of more than 100 Cornell scientist volunteers educating the public about vaccines, is reporting success in shifting unvaccinated people’s beliefs about the shots.
  • Department of Entomology
  • Behavior
  • Health + Nutrition
A red bacteria

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A computational tool will greatly benefit our understanding of the SARS-COV-2 virus and the development of drugs that block sites where the virus binds with human proteins.
  • Computational Biology
  • Biology
  • Genetics
Sharifa Sultana

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On top of the COVID-19 pandemic, people worldwide have dealt with an infodemic – a flood of ever-evolving information and misinformation about the virus, causing confusion and mistrust. New Cornell research finds that in remote parts of Bangladesh with little internet access, people have relied on local experts, spiritual views and their sense of social justice to evaluate new coronavirus information.
  • Environment
  • Global Development
  • Health + Nutrition