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09/06/2016
Researchers from Cornell and Advanced Design Consulting, Inc. of Lansing are partnering to develop synthetic ropes for use in hoist systems on U.S. Navy rescue helicopters.
08/25/2016
If you want to go green, get involved: Tour tables at Fall Fest 2016, an exposition of more than 30 student sustainability groups who are recruiting new members, Aug. 28 on North Campus.
08/25/2016
Noted plant pathologist, scholar and mentor Richard P. Korf ’46, Ph.D. ’50, professor emeritus of mycology, died Aug. 20 at his Ithaca home.
08/25/2016
The University Courses initiative, which began in 2012, will offer 18 courses this year. The courses delve deeply into topics of interest to students from a broad range of majors.
08/24/2016
One of North America's most beloved songbirds – the yellow-rumped warbler – may need to be considered at least three separate species, says a new study.
08/23/2016
Cornell have found music can have important effects on the cooperative spirits of those exposed to music in a pair of lab experiments, providing the music is happy and upbeat.
08/23/2016
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Cornell and UCSF researchers a four-year, $1 million grant to hone technology for in-the-field diagnosis of Kaposi's sarcoma – frequently related to HIV infections.
08/23/2016
With local creek water levels historically low as students arrive on campus to start the semester, Ithaca's 2016 summer drought has become a teachable moment.
08/23/2016
Researchers will seek to uncover fundamental processes in brain development and their links to brain cancers with a new grant.
08/23/2016
Researchers will seek to uncover fundamental processes in brain development and their links to brain cancers with a new grant.

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