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When people commit deadly crimes against animals, the corpse has a tale to tell. It’s a veterinary pathologist’s job to translate that story. The Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is one of a few labs in New York state that perform post-mortems on animals.

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Director of labor education research, Kate Bronfenbrenner, comments on the House race in Wisconsin between two Democrats with close ties to labor unions.

Op-ed by psychology professor, Melissa J. Ferguson, and doctoral student, Stav Atir, on their research showing that men are more likely than women to be referred to by their last-name only — which has implications for eminence, fame, and professional opportunities.

Interview with economist Steven Kyle about the latest developments in the Brexit process.

Sturt Manning, a professor of archaeology at the College of Arts & Sciences, points out that accounting for this problem would only move the date a few decades. But he predicts the uncertainty raised in this paper will have consequences. Critics “will cite this paper for the next 50 years as one of the reasons to always be a bit worried about what scientists say,” Manning says.

Success stories undermine arguments that geothermal development always leads to environmental harm, says Jefferson Tester, director of the Cornell Energy Institute and College of Engineering professor. There is simply too much variability between systems, he says, to make blanket decisions about geothermal.

A Cornell University study, led by the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Joseph Wakshlag, found CBD increases comfort and activity in dogs with arthritis. CBD led to a reduction in frequency of seizures in 89 percent of dogs with epilepsy.