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Aquatic insects linked to migratory bird breeding success

Ecologists found that aquatic insects richer in highly unsaturated omega-3 fatty acids influence the fledging success of tree swallows.

Experts: Innovation key to growth for New York food, agriculture economy

Policymakers, industry thought leaders and experts from CALS gathered Nov. 13 at Cornell AgriTech to discuss ways to build an ecosystem of innovation in the state.

Study challenges widely held assumption of bee evolution

A new study rewrites a commonly-cited theory about bee evolution and the cause behind an explosion in diversity of bee species some 120 million years ago.

Cornell veterinarians lead animal outreach trips to Puerto Rico

Veterinarians from the College of Veterinary Medicine are leading service trips to Puerto Rico to spay and neuter 30,000 dogs and cats by May 2019.

Cornell faculty, leadership begin to tackle grand challenges

Global Grand Challenges Symposium brought together faculty, administrators and guests to discuss challenges on which Cornell should place emphasis and resources in 2019-2020.

What did birds and insects do during the 2017 solar eclipse?

Using data from 143 weather radar sites in the continental U.S., researchers could “see” the behavior of wildlife during the 2017 solar eclipse.

Agricultural biotech advocates to share stories in D.C.

Global Leadership Fellows will be in Washington, D.C., Nov. 13-16 to share their stories with U.S. and international policymakers to attract support to advance agricultural innovation.

Three-species hybrid warbler discovered

Scientists have shown that a bird found in Pennsylvania is the offspring of a hybrid warbler mother and a warbler father from an entirely different genus.

Experts on gender and plant breeding at Nov. 10 symposium

Experts in gender and research will gather at Cornell to Nov. 10 to address how gains from new plant breeding tools can be linked to more equitable outcomes for men and women.