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Hyster wins Fresenius Award for early-career excellence

New tools being developed by the Hyster lab can be applied in the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries.

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Study sheds light on precancerous ‘clonal outgrowth’ in blood cells

The blood stem cell mutation, known as DNMT3A R882leads to the growth of a large population of circulating blood cells that also contain this mutation.

Leadership changes strengthen university’s finance, risk offices

The university has announced a reorganization and promotions intended to improve the efficiency and capabilities of finance and risk management operations reporting to Joanne DeStefano, MBA ’97, executive vice president and chief finance officer.

New faculty director takes helm of Office of Undergraduate Biology

One of Nicholson’s priorities is to help students who come from under-resourced high schools.

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Cornell mathematician featured in Netflix film

Strogatz is “passionate about communicating mathematics to the public.” 

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Entrepreneurship faculty win grants for course development

The awards allow faculty affiliated with Entrepreneurship at Cornell to extend their capacity to work with students.

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Intestinal fortitude: Gut coils hold secrets of organ formation

A new study reveals how vertebrate guts form, with implications for how other organs develop.

Talk to describe conserving centuries-old Chinese encyclopedia

The public will hear about the Library of Congress’ efforts to conserve and digitize 41 volumes of Chinese knowledge in its collection in a talk by curator Dan Paterson, at noon on Sept. 27, sponsored by Cornell University Library Conservation.

$60M USDA grant supports NYS climate-smart farms and forests

A $60 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will support organizations across New York – including Cornell CALS – in building climate-smart farms and forests.

'Chorale is back!’ says new director

The group is composed of both Cornell students and Ithaca residents.

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Book explores the influence of Protestant Brooklyn

A new book by Cornell authors traces how an influx of New Englanders made an indelible mark on Brooklyn, and how the arrival of Catholic and Jewish immigrants challenged that hegemony.

Cornell leads expansion of Jicamarca radar observatory

Cornell has led research operations at the observatory since the 1960s, when NASA began sending people to space and scientists wanted to learn more about the physics of space weather.