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Predicting when online conversations turn toxic

Cornell researchers have created a model to predict which civil conversations on the Internet might take a toxic turn.

Lilyan Affinito leaves a legacy for women in leadership

Trustee emerita and Presidential Councillor Lilyan Affinito ’53 died June 29 at the age of 86.

Bioengineers create pathway to personalized medicine

A group led by chemical and biomolecular engineering professor Matthew DeLisa has devised a cell-free method for producing glycosylated proteins, which could have impacts in personalized medicine. 

eLab startup Specdrums acquired by robotics company

Specdrums, a music technology company and alumnus of Rev: Ithaca Startup Work and Cornell eLab, has been acquired by Sphero, a national robotics firm.

Workshop trains plant scientists to communicate science

A Speaking Science course at Cornell June 25-30 trained early-career plant scientists to share their passion for science with the public.

Steve Squyres to speak on proposed NASA mission

Planetary scientist Steve Squyres will explain the science behind the proposed Comet Astrobiology Exploration Sample Return mission July 26.

Carol Warrior, assistant professor of English, dies at 56

Carol Edelman Warrior, assistant professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, died July 4 in Montana. She was 56.

Immunology symposium unites Ithaca, New York City scientists

Cornell experts from Ithaca and New York City gathered June 26-27 at the College of Veterinary Medicine for the Immunology in Health and Disease Symposium.

Staff Development Day celebrates 20 years July 25

Staff Development Day, July 25, will celebrate 20 years of helping staff learn about the opportunities available to them to develop their personal and professional lives.

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Campus services expand for faculty and staff with disabilities

The university has provided central funding, effective July 1, to help significantly improve the work experience for faculty, staff and visiting or guest lecturers with disabilities.

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War taxes put public's money where its troops are

A new book by Sarah Kreps, associate professor of government, examines how the decline of war taxes has shielded Americans from the costs of war.

China cracks top 20 in Global Innovation Index

China broke into the world’s top 20 most-innovative economies as Switzerland retained its No. 1 spot in the 2018 Global Innovation Index ranking, published annually by Cornell and its partners.