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$10M gift boosts China and Asia-Pacific Studies Program
CALS, eCornell, specialty food group team up for training
Summer Scoop is hard to top – unless it’s with sprinkles
Construction projects earn LEED gold, silver honors
Education, interaction with older people reverses ageism
Robot circulatory system powers possibilities
Program expands to help Latin American growers
Partnership aims to improve food security in Latin America
Machine learning unlocks mysteries of quantum physics
Miniatures of Temple of Zeus take their place in namesake cafe
Gender-sensitive farmer training program transforms Kenya’s rural households
Collaboration showcases creativity of whale songs
Reunion talk travels through time, and art
Do more for birds, not less, Rodewald tells Congress
Study offers new target for antibiotic resistant bacteria
Cross-class collaboration combines cloud computing with ag
Book explores Egyptian imagery in Roman homes
Scientists unearth green treasure – albeit rusty – in soil
Wolfe offers ag fixes to ‘complex, severe’ climate change
Lab of Ornithology debuts its first feature film
Sokol remembered as 300 Reunion voices lift ‘Ave Maria’
Flyby of Saturn’s C ring prompts plateau puzzlement
Towering ‘Double Allium’ installed at Botanic Gardens
Reunion 2019 resonates with Cornellians of all ages
Research examines intent behind Facebook posts
Scientists discover key plant virus-insect virus interaction
How many taxis can scan a city? Fewer than you’d think
Framework predicts endangered species’ pathogen risk
US must get its house in order, Hadley says in Olin Lecture
Conference examines diversity in youth development programs
CALS youth development program supports NYS dairy industry
Argentine fossils take oak and beech family history far into Southern Hemisphere
Industrial methane emissions are 100 times higher than reported, researchers say
Cornell improves global access to potato breeding material
Symposium honors nanofabrication pioneer Harold Craighead
Cracker-sized satellites demonstrate new space tech
Cornell to administer Grow-NY contest for food, ag startups
Study could inform debate over arthritis treatment regulation
Flemings’ $10M gift to establish molecular engineering lab
Commercialization fellows set sights on tech solutions
Book reveals wild honeybees’ biology, with insights for beekeepers
Art-science collaboration spotlights pollinator health
Heat, not drought, will drive lower crop yields, researchers say
Cornell’s radical beginnings still resonate today, Pollack tells Class of 2019
Smiles, sunshine, sweets and song punctuate Commencement
Cornell’s first Africana studies Ph.D. among newest grads
Nye to grads: Don’t let fear stop you from changing world
‘Stick to your values,’ general tells ROTC cadets