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11/10/2016
Adam Levine spoke to a standing-room only crowd in McGraw Hall Nov. 10 as faculty and students joined his American Political Campaigns class for a 2016 election recap.
11/10/2016
In a presentation to global leaders battling climate change and feeding a burgeoning world population, Cornell's Dawit Solomon presented food security ideas to stave off the Earth's atmospheric warming.
11/10/2016
To help Southside Community Center/Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Well Pet Clinic running into the future, a celebratory fundraiser featuring local artists will take place Nov. 15 at Ithaca's State Theatre.
11/10/2016
Indiana University law professor Fred Cate will lecture on Cybersecurity and the Law Nov. 16 in the third and final lecture in a series on cybersecurity hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.
11/10/2016
Cornell computer scientists will use a grant from the Air Force to teach robots how to fix problems they encounter by using information they gather.
11/09/2016
The Office of Undergraduate Biology's Biology Scholars Program offers mentoring, study groups and guidance to biology majors from underrepresented groups.
11/09/2016
A project led by Cornell researchers to better understand soil microbes and their role in the carbon cycle has received a three-year, $3.59 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
11/09/2016
A group of Cornell researchers has shown the ability to functionalize cotton fabric with a porous beta-cyclodextrin polymer, which can sequester organic micropollutants in both water and air.
11/08/2016
Political scientist Miriam Elman of Syracuse University spoke about rising tensions in Jerusalem in Nov. 3 campus talk, “Jerusalem: Conflict in the Holy City.”
11/07/2016
Cornell has lowered its water use restriction to a water use advisory, which means water conservation efforts are now strongly encouraged but not required.

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