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Veterinary college aids local practice following fire

Cornell made space for Jennifer Biasillo, D.V.M. ’12, to keep her veterinary practice going after a fire.

Milk inspection program marks 50 years of success in New York

For 50 years, Cornell has partnered with New York state to train inspectors of milk and milk products.

Toolkit helps veterinarians to battle pet obesity trend

Cornell alumnae have developed a set of tools for U.S. veterinarians to more easily address pet obesity with pet owners.

Extension interns share experiences with NY communities

Twenty-eight Cornell undergrads spent their summer making a Big Red impression across the state as part of the Cornell Cooperative Extension internship program.

CCA Biennial launches with art projects across campus

The 2018 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial, with 18 project installations and performances on the theme “Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival," launched Sept. 28-29 with a tour of outdoor projects on campus, artist panels with Cornell contributors and lectures by featured artists Carrie Mae Weems and Xu Bing.

Marker may help target treatments for Crohn’s patients

For the first time, researchers have identified a marker that distinguishes between different subtypes of Crohn's disease.

Study finds glyphosate in cat and dog food

A new study finds that glyphosate, the active herbicidal ingredient in weed killers, was present at low levels in a variety of dog and cat foods.

Aphids use sight to avoid deadly bacteria, could lead to pest control

Pea aphids – a serious agricultural pest – have the ability to see and avoid a common, aphid-killing bacteria on plant leaves, according to a new Cornell study. 

Exposing secrets of ‘superbugs,’ bioprocesses continues with NSF grant

A five-year, $22.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will continue to develop advanced imaging techniques for biological processes.