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Cornell partners in new international center in India

CALS faculty was on hand in Dharwad, India, Jan. 5 to dedicate the Borlaug International Centre for Agriculture Development.

Researchers uncover cause of mysterious mass death of saiga antelopes

The 2015 sudden death of more than 200,000 saiga antelopes was likely due to environmental factors triggering a deadly bacterium, according to new research from the College of Veterinary Medicine.

NASA picks Cornell-led astrobiology science mission as finalist

Astronomer Steve Squyres is the principal investigator for the proposed space mission CAESAR, which would collect and return part of a comet.

Malawi seed village model benefits farmers, universities, growers

A revolutionary seed village project in Malawi led by Cornell University improves the incomes and livelihoods of Malawian farmers.

Course marks 50 years of international engagement

Cornell’s International Agriculture and Rural Development 602 class is celebrating 50 years of international engagement.

Apply for 2018 Internationalizing the Curriculum grants by Feb. 12

Proposals for 2018 Internationalizing the Cornell Curriculum Grants are due by Feb. 12, 2018.

Einaudi Center announces grant recipients

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies has awarded five seed grants and four small grants to support faculty members' international research.

Cisterns could boost sustainable tourism on Greek island of Santorini

Cornell researchers are helping address water use on the Greek island of Santorini by reviving subterranean cisterns.

Cornell student tells COP23 delegates: ‘Face up to reality’

A Cornell student, representing global youth constituencies at the Conference of the Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany, delivered a strong climate change statement to the convention delegates.