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11/02/2016
Cornell computer scientists are helping build a base for safe, reliable cryptocurrency in the wake of online-money system thefts.
11/02/2016
With a plan to harness the wind, sun, water and the Earth’s heat, a panel from the Senior Leaders Climate Action Group explained to the Cornell community Oct. 31 how the campus could become carbon neutral by 2035.
11/01/2016
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Rockefeller University and Weill Cornell Medicine announced Oct. 31 that they have established a new drug discovery company called Bridge Medicines.
11/01/2016
When women planned to delay marriage and limit the number of children they wanted – which would let them focus exclusively on work – they didn’t get the same employment opportunities in STEM as men, according to a new study.
11/01/2016
When women planned to delay marriage and limit the number of children they wanted – which would let them focus exclusively on work – they didn’t get the same employment opportunities in STEM as men, according to a new study.
10/31/2016
The Tetlow and Roy Park Veterinary Innovation Laboratory functions as a classroom and a workshop that will change the way veterinary medicine is taught at Cornell.
10/31/2016
A symposium and celebration was held Oct. 29 to honor President Emeritus Frank H.T. Rhodes on his 90th birthday.
10/31/2016
The way conservation biologists describe a species' risk of extinction, and how the public interprets that description, can be strikingly different, according to a new study by Cornell communication scholars.
10/31/2016
Physician Wayne Waz '84 spoke with students in professor Stephen Hilgartner's class on Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine to share his experience with the changing medical profession.
10/31/2016
Valerie Reyna, professor of human development, and Evan Wilhelms, Ph.D. '15, have developed a new questionnaire that that does a better job of predicting who is likely to engage in problematic behaviors, such as using drugs.

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