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Mollusk collection moves to PRI, internet

Cornell’s Malacology Collection will get new life online when it is donated to the Paleontological Research Institution, which plans to digitize it and make it available to researchers around the world.

Grants help graduate students to do research around the world

Twenty-six Cornell graduate students have won more than $42,000 in fall 2018 Research Travel Grants, which provide students up to $2,000 to conduct thesis or dissertation research.

Nine faculty members elected AAAS fellows

This year's AAAS electees from Cornell include a renowned artificial intelligence researcher, an emeritus professor who studies animal migration patterns, and a food safety expert.

Cornell expertise helps deliver clean, safe water to NYC

Millions of times each day, New Yorkers turn on the faucet, relying on water supplied from about 125 miles away in the Catskill Mountains. Cornell expertise helps to keep the award-winning water pristine.

GM eggplant can reduce pesticide use in Bangladesh

Replicated field trials comparing genetically modified eggplant with their non-GM counterparts in Bangladesh have confirmed the Bt gene confers almost total protection against pests.

Treatments give campus ash tree protection a limb up

Cornell Botanic Gardens treated some 50 priority ash trees within campus natural areas this fall in its efforts to manage emerald ash borer, an invasive insect that decimates ash forests.

Rev startup gets $1.7M for global curriculum data analysis

A Rev: Ithaca Startup Works member company received a $1.7 million National Institutes of Health grant to conduct research on the efficacy of a data-literacy program for high school students.

Cornell-EDF team looks to Iceland fisheries for sustainable insights

Iceland’s fisheries management system is being studied as a roadmap for sustainable development of marine resources that can withstand climate change.

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.