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Feature on how political scientists are studying the Trump presidency. It features a recent paper by government professor Suzanne Mettler which is “an outgrowth of a workshop Mettler, an Americanist, and colleagues held at Cornell in June to promote dialogue across political science subfields -- a central message of the new paper.”

CALS plant disease specialist Karen Snover-Clift talks about the dangers of oak wilt disease, which is killing trees in Brooklyn, Long Island and other parts of New York.

Kathryn Boor’s , dean of Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, authored this op-ed in support of the federal Farm Bill. Dean Boor’s op-ed makes the case for the connection between food-science funding and food safety for consumers.

Robert Frank, professor of economics at the SC Johnson College of Business, pens this op-ed about the interesting human tendency to underestimate the role pure luck plays in success.

Ron Crystal, a pulmonary physician at Weill Cornell Medicine, is featured in this piece for his work to create a vaccine for cocaine addiction.

Emin Gun Sirer, associate professor of computer science, comments on a major breakthrough in cryptography that may have solved one of the biggest obstacles to using blockchain technology on Wall Street: keeping transaction data private.

A&S physicist Saul Teukolsky comments on Nobel Prize in Physics 2017 award for the detection of gravitational waves, and the opportunities of discovery that the winning physicists opened with their work.

A multiyear study found that birds gathered in greater densities, flew repeatedly in circles and vocalized loudly when the yearly September 11 “Tribute in Light Memorial” powerful beams were illuminated. Ornithologists from Cornell, the New York City Audubon Society, and Oxford University have been monitoring the memorial.

Acoustic experts Ron Hoy and Aaron Rice talk about the animals recorded on the Voyager's Golden Record, ahead of the 40th anniversary of the mission.

The economic lift of managing Puerto Rico’s recovery is hard to overstate. Economist Steven Kyle comments on the island's difficult road to recovery after Hurricane Maria.

A recent study led by Atkinson fellow Natalie Mahowald suggests deforestation contributes more significantly to climate change than previously realized.

President Martha Pollack discusses diversity in higher education, rising tuition costs, and college and university rankings with Bloomberg host and Cornell alum Scarlet Fu on “Bloomberg Markets.”