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Douglas MacMartin, a senior researcher in the College of Engineering, said “nothing in geoengineering technologies changes the fact that we must cut our carbon emissions aggressively” to limit global warming.

Cornell ILR auto industry expert Art Wheaton calls Elon Musk “a modern-day P.T. Barnum” in this story about Tesla's reveal of its long-expected semi truck.

This op-ed by law professor Michael Dorf argues that Pres. Trump’s verbal criticism of CNN has potential implications on a proposed merger between CNN's parent company Time-Warner and AT&T.

Annaliese Riles, professor of law and anthropology, is quoted in this article about the political impacts of President Trump's recent trip to Asia.

Cornell law professor Josh Chafetz is quoted in this article about the options facing a growing number of Republican senators who have called on Roy Moore to withdraw from the Alabama senate race after accusations of sexual misconduct from multiple women.

Dominik Riechers, assistant professor of astronomy, is featured in this article about the discovery of two massive galaxies merging. Riechers says, "Discovering a hyper-luminous starburst galaxy is an extraordinary feat, but discovering two — this close to each other — is amazing.”

Law professor Stephen Yale-Loehr is quoted in this article about the debate over ending the green-card lottery system, a program that grants 50,000 green cards annually and started in 1990 as a way of increasing representation of citizens from countries that do not send many people to the U.S.

Article about “Waves-NG”: a global public blockchain platform designed and based on the Bitcoin-NG proposal made by Cornell Computer Science academics Emin Gün Sirer and Ittay Eyal.

Brian Collins, a lecturer at Cornell’s Veterinary College, explains how cats deal with flying.

Kathie Hodge, an associate professor at Cornell University and director of the Cornell Plant Pathology Herbarium, explains the complicated world of fungi sex.

Dr. Mayur Narayan, a trauma surgeon Weill Cornell Medical Center who treated victims of the truck attack in New York last week comments on the sad reality of hospitals dealing with mass casualty events.

The author writes about an event, organized by the Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability at Cornell University’s ILR School, which drew nearly 200 attendees from a variety of backgrounds and locations to discuss the theme of disability and diversity in the workforce.