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Tata-Cornell celebrates 5 years of fighting hunger in India

A Mann Library exhibit, "Portraits in Progress: Confronting Indian Malnutrition through Field-based Research Under the Tata-Cornell Institute," opened May 3.

New York State Senate names Kathryn Boor a 2018 Woman of Distinction

The New York Senate named Kathryn J. Boor ’80, dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a 2018 Woman of Distinction May 1. 

Climate-smart production boosts West African rice self-sufficiency

The System for Rice Intensification has significant potential to close the rice production gap in West Africa, according to Cornell researchers.

Computational biology symposium to showcase research, celebrate new center

Boyce Thompson Institute will host an inaugural symposium for the institute’s new Computational Biology Center May 8.

Conference to strengthen data sharing among animal, public health labs

The College of Veterinary Medicine will host a conference on sharing antimicrobial resistance data among veterinary and public health agencies and stakeholders May 3-4.

Seniors aim to artfully dodge Texas storm swells

Cornell landscape architecture seniors are working side by side with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to integrate ecology and engineering performance to protect Galveston Bay in Texas.

Rawlings scholars share their undergraduate research

From studying labor law to understanding obesity, about undergraduate scholars shared their results at the Hunter R. Rawlings III Research Scholars Senior Expo and at CURBx, April 19.

Cornell students coach composting in Washington

Nine members of the Cornell University Sustainability Design student group spent Earth Day weekend at Smithsonian facilities in Washington, D.C., dispensing a green education to the public.

Mammary stem cells challenge costly bovine disease

While effective against bacteria, antibiotics alone cannot restore the damaged mammary tissue in cows when mastitis strikes, Cornell researchers have found.