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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.

Novo Nordisk commits nearly $7 million for Minglin Ma's diabetes research

The lab of Minglin Ma, associate professor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, will receive up to nearly $7 million from Novo Nordisk for research into a Type 1 diabetes implant device called NEED.

Radcliffe honored for wildlife preservation community partnerships

Robin Radcliffe, senior lecturer in wildlife and conservation medicine, won the 2018 George D. Levy Faculty Award in recognition of his work with community partners.

Smooth dance moves confirm new bird-of-paradise species

Now, for the first time, newly released support the claim that the Vogelkop superb bird-of-paradise is its own distinct species.

Cornell projects support Concord grape growers in New York

Cornell grape experts and food scientists are stepping up to give Concord growers new opportunities for their products and to diversify vineyard operations in New York

Landscapes surrounding farms affect insect pests, crop yields, study finds

Landscapes that surround agricultural lands strongly influence the dynamics of beneficial insects as well as insect pests on farms, which in turn affect crop yields, a new study finds. 

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.

Food scientist works to improve nutrition, understand gut disease

Alireza Abbaspourrad is studying a “gut-on-a-chip” to learn how food is absorbed and how gastrointestinal diseases work.

Scientists find new targets in the war against tuberculosis

A new study by College of Veterinary Medicine scientists unveiled a novel approach to vaccine development in the fight against tuberculosis.