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Engaged Cornell grants fund undergrad and faculty research

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.

Cancer event explores ways to bridge Ithaca, NYC campuses

Cornell University held the first Annual Cornell Cancer Research Symposium at the College of Veterinary Medicine on April 5-6 to showcase the breadth of cancer research on the Ithaca campus.

Medical, fingerprint tech scale up with prototyping awards

Promising new technologies being developed into functioning prototypes with help from Cornell Engineering’s Scale Up and Prototyping Awards.

Podcast explores human health, the environment

"Planetary Health” explores complex relationships between health and human interaction with the environment.

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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. 

Three students named delegates to Clinton Foundation conference

Saloni Verma ’18, Kiyan Rajabi ’18 and Imani Majied ’19 will be delegates to the Clinton Global Initiatives University conference in Chicago in October.

Bretscher, Lord elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Anthony P. Bretscher, professor of cell biology, and Catherine Lord, professor of psychology at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City, join Barack Obama, Tom Hanks and 209 others as newly elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Thirteen assistant professors win NSF early-career awards

Twelve assistant professors from Cornell's Ithaca and New York City campuses have received five-year awards from the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development program.

Researchers weigh the tradeoffs of antimicrobial policies in dairy production

A new study shows the cost of forgoing antibiotics on dairy farms would average out to $61 per cow annually and is studying the impact such a decision would have.