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06/14/2017
Faculty from Cornell Neurotech shared stories of technologies they have developed in their first year of operation at a Reunion 2017 panel, Unlocking the Brain: Cornell's Search for the Key.
06/13/2017
Cornell's Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future has named eight social sciences, humanities and arts fellows for the 2017-18 academic year.
06/13/2017
In a classic tale of turning trash into treasure, two processes soon may be the favored dynamic duo to turn food waste into green energy, says a new Cornell-led study in Bioresource Technology.
06/13/2017
Two programs benefiting Cornell students honor the memory of Samuel Sandy Berger, an adviser to President Bill Clinton and government official.
06/13/2017
Two programs benefiting Cornell students honor the memory of Samuel Sandy Berger, an adviser to President Bill Clinton and government official.
06/13/2017
Graduate student Megan Hall's research of sour rot grape disease earned her the 2017 Presidents' Award for Scholarship in Viticulture from the American Society of Enology and Viticulture.
06/13/2017
This month, veterinarians from Cornell University helped open a new animal processing center at John F. Kennedy International Airport called The ARK.
06/12/2017
Led by some of the world's top wildlife health experts, Wildlife Health Cornell seeks a healthier future for wildlife by promoting the well-being of animals, people and the natural world we share.
06/12/2017
Bill Nye '77, known to a generation as The Science Guy, celebrated his 40th class reunion by giving a talk in Bailey Hall titled, Everything All At Once: How Cornellians Will Save The World.
06/12/2017
E. coli bacteria form a tunnel to eject poisons. Blocking the tunnel could make antibiotic-resistant bacteria vulnerable, according to new Cornell research.

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