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05/05/2015
Led by Cornell's Matthew Hall, researchers estimate racial segregation grew between Latinos and whites by nearly 50 percent and between blacks and whites by about 20 percent during the late 2000s housing bust.
05/05/2015
A Cornell student team has advanced to the finals in a national competition to build a prototype machine to assist human explorers on Mars. They will compete in the Utah desert May 28-30.
05/05/2015
A new project will harness the power of genome editing – a technique that allows researchers to replace DNA in a living cell – to improve rice, a staple crop that feeds half the world’s people.
05/05/2015
A new project will harness the power of genome editing – a technique that allows researchers to replace DNA in a living cell – to improve rice, a staple crop that feeds half the world’s people.
05/05/2015
Cornell juniors and seniors can get a taste of veterinary school while working on their Spanish through a new study abroad program in Argentina.
05/05/2015
John Lis, the Barbara McClintock Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics, is one of 84 new members elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2015.
05/04/2015
New climate model projections show that conditions are likely to increase the frequency and severity of coral disease outbreaks, reports a team of researchers led by Cornell scientists.
05/01/2015
Faculty and graduate researchers from Cornell’s Soil and Crop Sciences section spread the dirt on the power – and vulnerability – of soil at an April 29 event.
04/30/2015
Germinating from a campus incubator, Uma Bioseed – a startup business developed by Cornell MBA students – has won the 2015 New York Business Plan Competition, winning a $100,000 grand prize.
04/29/2015
Jon Kleinberg has been named the recipient of the 2014 ACM/AAAI Allen Newell Award, given to an individual selected for career contributions that have breadth in computer science or across disciplines.

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