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Cornell, US Navy raise bar for autonomous underwater imaging

The team created and tested a new imaging approach which integrates information about where objects might be located with sonar processing algorithms that decide the optimal views.

Cornell celebrates bumper crop of Fulbright students

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program, administered at Cornell by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, allows recipients to define and carry out their own research projects in host countries.

Mong fellowship advances neuroimaging collaboration

The discovery made by two doctoral students could have future implications for human health, setting a path for research into understanding brain function.

Artificial cilia could someday power diagnostic devices

Cornell researchers designed a micro-sized artificial cilial system that could eventually enable low-cost, portable diagnostic devices for testing blood samples, manipulating cells or assisting in microfabrication processes.

Flat fee for course materials aims to increase student success

With the new Cornell Academic Materials Program, the university seeks to continue its work toward a more equitable campus that supports a positive and transformative student experience.

Three students win Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Awards

Matthew Borinshteyn ’25, Jennifer Lee ’23 and Avery MacLean ’22 received the 2022 Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Awards in recognition of their significant involvement in community service.

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A Q&A with Dr. Sarah Robbins of the Veterinary College

Dr. Sarah Robbins joined the College of Veterinary Medicine as assistant clinical professor in the Section of Emergency and Care.

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Experts develop genetic test to predict severe digestion disorder in dogs

Scientists at the College of Veterinary Medicine are one step closer to understanding the genetic predispositions behind congenital idiopathic megaesophagus.

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Students tackle community projects in moral psychology course

Students in a new moral psychology class spent the semester working with local non-profits to tackle issues from migrant family justice to food insecurity to sustainable agriculture.

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Startup Roundup: Antithesis Foods, Guard Medical, C2i, Bactana

Cornell startup Antithesis Foods and Bactana were awarded NSF small-business grants, as Guard Medical raises $11 million in Series B investments and C2i launches a disease test in Europe.

Cornell sets the stage for Commencement

After two years of disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, the 154th graduating class will enjoy a Commencement weekend with fewer restrictions, although some changes remain.