Suné January, Miss Namibia 2017, will discuss rhino conservation in Namibia and more in a Department of Natural Resources seminar, Thursday, May 3.
The System for Rice Intensification has significant potential to close the rice production gap in West Africa, according to Cornell researchers.
Martha Haynes, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Astronomy, led an audience of students and faculty on a “journey across space and time” April 25.
The resurgence in competitive taxi and bike-sharing apps has opened up a new frontier in competitive business, according to a panel held April 21 at Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus.
Students, faculty and their community partners have received Engaged Cornell research grants to study education, inequality and equity, and community health and sustainability in New York state and international settings.
“How should we engage with North Korea?” was the focus of the latest debate in the Lund Critical Debates Series sponsored by the Einaudi Center.
Faculty and students are working with a coffee-farming cooperative in rural Peru to create an interactive cost model of sustainable coffee production.
Saloni Verma ’18, Kiyan Rajabi ’18 and Imani Majied ’19 will be delegates to the Clinton Global Initiatives University conference in Chicago in October.
A symposium exploring how science and policy intersect in driving global sustainable development will be held May 11 at Cornell.