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2015 Technology News


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January

Cornell Startup, Seraph Robotics, Featured in Latest GEN Article About 3D Bioprinting

January 1, 2015

Seraph Robotics, makers of the Fab@Home Model 3 Research Platform, is featured in the January 2015 issue of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News in an article highlighting the emerging 3D bioprinting industry.

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Cornell Startup, Tetragenetics, Inc., Collaborates with MedImmune on Antibody Drug Discovery Research

January 7, 2015

Tetragenetics, a biotechnology company engaged in the expression of ion channel drug targets, announced it will collaborate with MedImmune, the global biologics research arm of AstraZeneca, to produce up to five ion channel antigens for MedImmune’s antibody drug discovery programs.

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Cornell Startup, MetaStat, Inc., Secures $1.3 Million to Progress Cancer Diagnostic Tool

January 7, 2015

MetaStat, a life science company focused on developing clinical diagnostic tests that predict systemic metastasis, has secured $1.3 million from sales of its preferred to help the company begin clinical trials of its cancer diagnostic tool.

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Cornell Startup, Agronomic Technology Corp., Graduates from McGovern Center Incubator

January 9, 2015

Agronomic, makers of Adapt-N software to help farmers optimize nitrogen fertilization, is the first fledgling business to ‘graduate’ from the Kevin M. McGovern Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences after recently securing $2.3 million in capital investments.

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RubyFrost® Apples, Developed at Cornell, Available at Participating Retailers

January 12, 2015

RubyFrost®, a seasonal wintertime apple variety developed at Cornell and released by Cornell startup, New York Apple Growers (NYAG), will be available at participating retailers in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions starting in January for a limited time.

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VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon Faces Off Against Versaball® from Cornell Startup, Empire Robotics, Inc.

January 16, 2015

Versaball, a robotic gripper from Empire Robotics, squared off against The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon in a game of man vs. robot.

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Newly Published Results Support Validity of Quantose IGT™ from Cornell Startup, Metabolon, Inc.

January 20, 2015

Results from a recent study verify the clinical validity of the Quantose IGT™ test for assessing impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), a state of prediabetes, and may provide the opportunity for earlier clinical intervention.

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Telesoft Technologies Selects Speedster22i FPGAs from Cornell startup, Achronix Semiconductor Corporation

January 20, 2015

Telesoft Technologies, providers of real time line rate processing of data communications traffic, has selected Speedster22i HD1000 FPGAs from Achronix for use in its MPAC6200, the industry’s first dual 100GbW PCIe card for cyber security, monitoring, and analytics.

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GENEVA® Apple Rootstocks, Developed at Cornell, Are Key to Fighting Orchard Replant Disease

January 26, 2015

Disease and insect-resistant GENEVA® rootstocks are being used at Washington fruit tree nurseries to combat apple replant disease, a buildup of micro-organisms in the soil from the roots of old trees that impede the growth and production of new trees.

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Novel Method from Cornell May Help Diabetics Control Their Disease with a Once-Daily Pill

January 27, 2015

A study from Cornell has shown that engineering a common gut bacteria and administering it in pill form may lead to lower blood glucose levels by converting intestinal epithelial cells into insulin-producing cells.

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Cornell Statup, MetaStat, Inc., Enters Agreement with Kaiser Foundation Hospitals for Validation Study

January 27, 2015

MetaStat, a molecular diagnostic company that develops tests for early prediction of systemic metastasis, has entered into an agreement with Kaiser Foundation Hospitals to receive tissue samples and clinical data to independently verify and validate results of their MetaSite Breast™ and MenaCalc Breast™ diagnostic assays.

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February

Weill Cornell Medical College Team Maps the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease

February 2, 2015

A new mathematical model that determines where Alzheimer’s has spread may predict where it will appear next and how fast the brain’s atrophy patterns will spread.

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Study from Weill Cornell Medical College Reveals New Insights for Treating Neurodegenerative Disease

February 4, 2015

Scientists at WCMC have gained new insights into the function of biological machines that scoop up glutamate, the most common neurotransmitter in the brain, which may offer investigators new strategies to develop more effective treatments for stroke, traumatic injury, and neurodegenerative diseases.

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NIAGEN™ Nicotinamide Riboside, Developed at Cornell, Increases Levels of NAD+ in Human Clinical Study

February 11, 2015

ChromaDex Corp, a natural products company that provides science-based solutions to the nutritional supplement, food and beverage, animal health, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries, announced that the company’s NIAGEN™, the only commercially available form of nicotinamide riboside (NR), has demonstrated a single dose of NR resulted in statistically significant increase in the co-enzyme nicotinaminde adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) in the first human clinical study for the product.

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Case Studies Support the Benefits of Adapt-N from Cornell Startup, Agronomic Technology Corp

February 11, 2015

Adapt-N accounts for weather, management practices, and field variability to create real-time, location-specific, adaptive nitrogen recommendation models for grain, silage and sweet corn management.

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Cornell Startup, Appinions, Inc., Launches Its Attention Analytics Platform

February 20, 2015

Using patented natural language processing and social network analysis technology developed at Cornell, Appinions' Attention Analytics platform helps marketers take a data-driven approach to gain a clear view of their marketplace, brand attention, thought leaders, and competitors.

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March

Cornell Startup, Empire Robotics, Inc, Named a Finalist in Innorobo Call for Startups 2015

March 5, 2015

Empire Robotics, makers of the VERSABALL, was named a finalist in the Innorobo Call for Startups 2015 and will have a chance pitch their product to the plenary session audience and an international panel of investors in July.

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New Pest-Fighting, Yield-Boosting Alfalfa Varieties from Cornell to Help Farmers

March 9, 2015

Three new alfalfa options have been developed by Cornell researchers as a way to combat devastating pests, increase yields and improve forage quality.

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Cornell Startup, Agronomic Technology Corp, and SST Software Partner to Confront Nitrogen Challenges in Agriculture

March 10, 2015

Adapt-N, Agronomic Technology Corp’s nitrogen modeling and recommendation software, is now integrating with the agX Platform, developed by SST Software, to make their modeling and analysis services readily available to more growers and agronomists.

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Cornell Startup, Metabolon, Inc., Raises $5 Million

March 12, 2015

Metabolon, a metabolomics company in the precision medicine space, has raised $5 million in equity from four investors for a phenotyping technology that can determine how an individual will metabolize drugs.

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d-Methadone, from Weill Cornell Medical College, to Be Developed as a Potential Treatment for Neuropathic Pain

March 12, 2015

A relative of methadone, a widely known synthetic opioid medication, d-Methadone represents half of methadone’s chemical structure with profoundly different activity on the mu opioid receptor, considered a “gateway for addiction,” which may lead to its use as a treatment option for neuropathic pain.

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Study Shows Quantose IR™ from Cornell Startup, Metabolon, Inc., Measures Insulin Sensitivity Better Than A1C Test

March 18, 2015

Metabolon, a life sciences company focused on metabolomics – an integrative phenotyping technology for assessing health – announced results of a study showing its Quantose IR™ test tracked changes in insulin sensitivity better than the hemoglobin A1C test in patients treated with the insulin sensitizer, pioglitazone.

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Cornell Startup, Pacific Bioscience of California, Inc., Launches Certified Service Provider Program

March 23, 2015

Pacific Biosciences, providers of the PacBio RS II DNA sequencing system, announced the Certified Service Provider (CSP) program and added new informatics partners to meet the increasing demand for Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing and data analysis. The CSP program is a global network of validated service organizations utilizing PacBio’s sequencing technology that are certified to ensure they are capable of deliverying the highest-quality data to their clients.

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Cornell Startup, GenVec, Inc., and TheraBiologics Form Collaboration to Develop Neural Stem Cell Mediated Cancer Therapies

March 23, 2015

GenVec announced a collaboration with TheraBiologics to develop cancer therapeutics leveraging both GenVec’s proprietary gene delivery platform and TheraBiologics proprietary neural stem cell (NSC) technology.

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April

Cornell Startup, MetaStat, Inc., Announces Closing of Series B Private Placement

April 1, 2015

MetaStat, a molecular diagnostic company focused on developing epigenetic-based diagnostic tests for early and reliable prediction of systemic metastasis, announced the final closing of its Series B Preferred Stock private placement, resulting in total gross proceeds of $3.4 million.

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Cornell Researchers Identify Gut Microbes That May Help People Lose Weight

April 8, 2015

Cornell microbiologists have identified a family of microbes that may provide a genetic explanation for why some people are able to stay thin and may lead to a macrobiotic regiment to help people lose weight.

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A New Method from Cornell for Making Protein Machinery for Synthetic Biological Processes

April 9, 2015

Cornell chemical engineers have developed “SIMPLEx” (Solubilization of Integral Membrane Proteins with high Levels of Expression), which could lead to increased characterization and understanding of this all-important class of proteins, and could be used to make protein machinery for synthetic biological processes.

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Cornell Startup, Pacific Biosciences of California, Inc., Is Developing New Single Molecule Approach

April 27, 2015

Pacific Biosciences, providers of the PacBio RS II DNA Sequencing System, announced the introduction of several new solutions for targeted sequencing applications.

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Cornell Materials Scientists Develop A Single-Layer Semiconductor That Is Three Atoms Thick

April 29, 2015

Cornell researchers develop miniature, flexible electronic circuits from films only a few atoms thick, opening up the possibility of making tiny, high-density 3D circuits that could revolutionize electronics.

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May

World’s Largest Genomics Organization Purchases Its First PacBio RS II from Cornell Startup, Pacific Biosciences of California, Inc.

May 4, 2015

BGI, the world’s largest genomics organization, purchased its first PacBio RS II instrument from Pacific Biosciences with plans to purchase additional units in order to integrate Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT®) Sequencing into it global service business.

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Cornell Startup, BioWorks, Inc., Launches Two New Versions of Its Popular RootShield

May 6, 2015

BioWorks, sellers of environmentally responsible products for insect and foliar disease control, launched two new versions of its popular RootShield biological fungicide: RootShield Seed Treatment and RooShield AG.

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Cornell Startup, NOHMs Technologies, Inc., Receives $750,000 Grant from NASA

May 11, 2015

NOHMs, a battery materials manufacturer developing nanoscale chemistry for longer lasting, lighter, safer, and more sustainable batteries, was awarded a $750,000 grant from NASA to develop the next generation of space batteries.

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Weill Cornell Scientists to Develop Stem Cell Therapies to Treat Blood Disorders

May 14, 2015

WCMC scientists and transplant clinicians are working to translate their approach to manipulate hematopoietic stem cells to cure acquired and inherited blood disorders.

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Cornell Startup, NOHMs Technologies, Inc., Raises $200,000 in Financing

May 15, 2015

NOHMs, providers of materials to the global lithium battery industry that result in longer-lasting, lighter, safer, and more sustainable batteries, has filed Form D with the SEC because it has raised $200,000 out of a $300,000 financing goal, thus far.

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Cornell Startup, BioWorks, Inc., Launches ON-Gard: A New Organic Fertilizer and Biostimulant

May 18, 2015

BioWorks, sellers of environmentally responsible products for insect and foliar disease control, have launched ON-Gard, a plant-derived fertilizer and biostimulant that supplies nitrogen and potassium along with additional amino acids and peptides, to increase stress tolerance, growth, and to enhance nutrient uptake and overall absorption.

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Researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College Discover How Pancreatic Cancer Spreads to the Liver

May 18, 2015

A team of WCMC investigators has illuminated the precise molecular steps that enable pancreatic cancer to spread to the liver, which may lead to targeted treatments that delay metastasis and could offer a new biomarker to test for the earliest signs of the disease.

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Cornell Startup, Alcyone Lifesciences, Inc., and DNAtrix to Collaborate On A Treatment for Aggressive Brain Cancer

May 19, 2015

Alcyone, a leader in neural intervention systems for neurological conditions and targeted drug delivery, and DNAtrix, Inc., a biotechnology company focusing on oncolytic virus therapies, have entered into an exclusive clinical collaboration for the treatment of glioblastoma (GBM), the most aggressive form of brain cancer.

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New Mouse Model from Weill Cornell Medical College Developed for Colon Cancer Research

May 26, 2015

A team of researchers has developed a mouse model with a healthy immune system that has revealed the role of the immune system in preventing colon cancer metastasis. This finding opens the door to additional research on how immune therapies, which have shrunken tumors, halted metastasis, and extended survival in patients with melanoma and lung cancer, might also be applied to colon cancer.

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Cornell Startup, New Objective, Inc., Partners with SCIEX to Offer More Sensitive and Robust Mass Spectrometry Results

May 26, 2015

SCIEX, an analytical technologies company, announced a partnership with New Objective, developers of nanospray technologies, that will enable SCIEX to offer the New Objective Digital PicoView® 450 Source for use with its latest generation mass spectrometry systems to enable researchers to achieve consistent high-performance and meaningful results more quickly.

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Cornell Startup, Mezmeriz, Inc., Has Raised Over $430,000 in Equity Finincing

May 28, 2015

Mezmeriz, designers and manufacturers of carbon fiber MEMS modules that can be embedded in smartphones and other mobile electronics, has so far raised over $430,000 of a $1.5 million equity financing offering.

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June

Cornell Startup, Metabolon, Inc., and SCIEX Launch the Lipidyzer Platform for Complete Lipid Analysis

June 1, 2015

Metabolon, a life sciences company focused on metabolomics - a phenotyping technology for assessing health - and SCIEX, developers of life science analytical technologies, announced the Lipidyzer Platform, an integrated solution for accurate and meaningful lipidomics that will enable scientists to expand their knowledge of the fundamental role of lipids in many aspects of health and disease.

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Cornell Startup, MiTeGen LLC, Launches In-Situ-1™ Crystallization Microplate

June 22, 2015

MiTeGen, designers of products for crystallization, crystallography, and X-ray diffraction, have launched the low-profile In-Situ-1™ crystallization plate that will allow for samples to be easily grown with more reproducible conditions.

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Molecule Patented By Cornell Startup, Coferon, Inc., Is 100 Millionth Chemical Substance in the CAS Registry

June 29, 2015

The Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society and the world's authority for chemical information, has registered a molecule from Coferon as the 100 millionth chemical substance in the CAS REGISTRY. The substance is a novel therapeutic designed to treat acute myeloid leukemia.

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July

Non-Invasive Test from Weill Cornell Medical College Predicts Death Risk from Heart Disease

July 7, 2015

A noninvasive scan has been developed that determines the extent of plaque buildup in the heart accurately predics the likelihood of a heart attach or death over a 15-year period, allowing doctors to intervene before an at-risk patient shows symptoms.

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Tilting Capital Corp. Announces Transaction With Cornell Startup, ArcScan, Inc.

July 7, 2015

ArcScan, developers of imaging devices for ophthalmic markets, is set to merge with Tilting Capital Corp. with the acquisition of all of the outstanding shares of common and preferred stock of ArcScan. With the merger, Tilting will change its name to "ArcScan Medical Imaging, Inc." and will carry on the business of ArcScan.

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Cornell Startup, Alcyone Lifesciences, Inc., Partners with Lysogene to Treat MPS IIIA

July 21, 2015

Alcyone, a leader in neural intervention systems for neurological conditions and targeted drug delivery, and Lysogene, a privately held biotechnology company and leader in recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) based gene therepy for the central nervous system (CNS), will join forces to develop effective therapeutics and optimized delivery to treat patients with mucopolysaccharidosis tyle IIIA (MPS IIIA), a disease that causes progressive neurodegeneration associated with intractable behavioral problems and developmental regression.

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Cornell Startup, MiTeGen LLC, Announces Mutual Distribution Agreements with Rigaku Reagents

July 23, 2015

MiTeGen, providers of consumables for X-ray diffraction, crystallography, and protein crystallization, has entered into an agreement with Rigaku, developers of analytical and industrial instrumentation technology, so that the companies can promote and sell the products offered by either company world-wide.

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August

Roche Holding AG Buys Cornell Startup GeneWEAVE Biosciences, Inc.

August 13, 2015

Roche, a Swiss pharmaceutical company, has agreed to buy GeneWEAVE, a microbiology diagnostic company that has developed a way of quickly identifying drug-resistant bacteria, in a deal that could rise up to $425 million.

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Cornell Startup, MetaStat, Inc., Raises $1.2 Million

August 14, 2015

MetaStat, a molecular diagnostic company focused on the development of novel diagnostics to provide actionable information regarding the risk of the development of systemic metastasis, raised $1.2 million in debt financing.

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Platform From Cornell Startup, Metabolon, Inc., Is Emerging As An Effective Tool in Precision Medicine

August 17, 2015

Metabolon, a global leader in metabolomics, announced study results that its proprietary technology enhances the interpretation of genetic data and has the potential to improve disease prevention and diagnosis in patient care.

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Cornell Startup, MetaStat, Inc., Announces Successful Analytical Validation of MetaSite Breast™ Cancer Diagnostic

August 27, 2015

MetaStat, a molecular diagnostic company, announced the successful completion of a validation study of its MetaSite Breast™ clinical test, which demonstrated analytical precision greater than 97% in predicting the risk of developing metastatic disease in patients with ER+ invasive breast cancer.

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Founders of Cornell Startup, Novomer, Inc., Receive National Award from the American Chemical Society (ACS)

August 28, 2015

The three co-founders of Novomer, a sustainable chemistry company pioneering a family of high-performance, environmentally responsible polymers and chemical intermediates, have received the 2016 Kathryn C. Hach Award for Entrepreneurial Success from the American Chemical Society (ACS) "for their development of innovative technologies that have benefited society and improved people’s lives."

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Lionano, Inc. Enters Agreement with Cornell For the Development and Production of New Battery Material

August 31, 2015

Lionano, a material manufacturing company commercializing advanced drop-in enhancements for lithium-ion batteries, has entered into an agreement with the Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell University (CTL) for the development and production of a new hollow structured metal oxide anode material for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) to achieve higher energy and power densities.

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September

Cornell Startup, MetaStat, Inc., Announces Positive Results of a MenaCalc™ Study

September 2, 2015

MetaStat, a molecular diagnostic company focused on developing tissue-based diagnostic test for the prediction of cancer metastasis, announced positive results of a MenaCalc prognostic study of axillary node-negative breast cancer. The findings reinforce the value of MenaCalc in predicting patient outcome.

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Cornell Startup, Novomer, Inc., Named A Finalist for 2015 Polyurethane Innovation Award

September 9, 2015

Novomer, a sustainable chemistry company pioneering a family of high-performance, environmentally responsible polymers and chemical intermediates, has been named a finalist for the 2015 Polyurethane Innovation Award for their product Converge.

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New Cornell Startup, Lumendi, Ltd., Aims to Revolutionize Gastrointestinal Surgery

September 11, 2015

The agreement between Weill Cornell Medical College and Lumendi will advance the development of the Endolumenal Surgical Platform (ESP), a disposable device which fits over a standard endoscope like a sleeve to provide increased stability, control, and visualization within the intestine and will reduce the need for open or laparoscopic surgery.

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December

Professor Andrew H. Bass, Neurobiology and Behavior, Discusses His Research at Cornell University

December 2, 2015

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Cornell Startup, Stealth Peptides, Now Known as Stealth BioTherapeutics Inc., Advances Clinical Trials for Skeletal Muscle and Cardio-Renal Disease Treatments

December 29, 2015

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