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October 21, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Art and biology students participate in creative collaboration

By | Mar 21, 2018

“In making art, ideally you know what is happening in your world,” Sarah Sutton said. “Understanding current science for art students is really important.”

Metal use in Lyme disease bacteria could lead to future treatments

By | Mar 25, 2013

Bacteria form a very diverse group of organisms, from the harmless ones in our digestive tract and on our skin that make up 90% of our cells to the ones everyone hears about that cause nasty infections or even death. Antibiotics can often eliminate a bacterial infection, but in other cases, alternate intervention is necessary.…

Drug-resistant “superbugs” a global concern

By | Mar 13, 2013

It seems as though sickness is part of the school experience, even in college. The flu ran rampant through the country this past winter and claimed at least one of my neighbors, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the sore throat I’m currently nursing was a product of exposure at school. If it is indeed…

Wegmans recalls salads due to E. coli scare

By | Nov 2, 2012

[Update] Wegmans recalled its Organic Spring Mix and Organic Spinach earlier today as a precautionary measure because some mixes may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria.

Alumnus launches nanocoating business to fight bacteria

By | Mar 20, 2012

There are 1,500 bacteria living on each square centimeter of a hand. Every material and surface a hand touches holds the same amount of bacteria, if not more. Michael Holbert ’05 said this fact inspired him to apply antimicrobial properties to several materials. He has become the first person licensed in the U.S. by XTIO2…