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Equine stem cells rein in bacteria

Researchers are exploring use of stem cells to treat skin wounds in horses with techniques that may translate to human patients.

Researchers uncover cause of mysterious mass death of saiga antelopes

The 2015 sudden death of more than 200,000 saiga antelopes was likely due to environmental factors triggering a deadly bacterium, according to new research from the College of Veterinary Medicine.

CIS students win two of 10 Microsoft Ph.D. fellowships

Two Computing and Information Science doctoral students are among 10 elite students to win 2018-19 Microsoft Ph.D. Fellowships.

Alumna Margaret M. Carney named university architect

Margaret McFadden Carney, B.Arch. ’81, has been named the university architect for Cornell, announced Rick Burgess, vice president for infrastructure, properties and planning. She will begin Feb. 5.


Cornell extends renewal funding aid for DACA students

In wake of U.S. court's preliminary injunction regarding the DACA program, the university has extended its financial assistance program for students who must apply for status extensions.  

Cornell reviews its mental health approach, looks ahead

Ryan Lombardi, vice president for student and campus life, says that Cornell is committed to enhancing its staffing levels and continuing to invest in its comprehensive approach to student well-being, campus health and safety.

Things to Do, Jan. 19-26, 2018

Events this week include both "Blade Runner" films; pianists Xak Bjerken and Mike Lee; Paul Cerra on design for climate change; and a survey of drawings at the Johnson Museum.

Sara Warner participates in ‘Therapy as Performance,’ premiering Jan. 19

"Therapy as Performance,” a new interdisciplinary series premiering Jan. 19 at The Cherry Artspace in Ithaca.

Critically endangered Amur leopard faces new threat

A new Cornell paper in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases describes the first documented case of canine distemper virus in a wild Amur leopard.