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Historian wins NEH grant for work on British-India empire building

Robert Travers is taking a deeper look at the impeachment trial of Warren Hastings.

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Spring 2023 at AAP: collaboration in action

While the fall semester showcased the inspiration and new ways of thinking to be found in dialogue among passionate collaborators across disciplines, with the turn toward spring AAP celebrates results: new departments, degrees, classes, and faculty.

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Bluemercury founder Barry J. Beck named Entrepreneur of the Year

Beck '90 co-founded and served as the chief operating officer of Bluemercury, the nationwide luxury beauty brand that was acquired by Macy’s in 2015.

The Wardrobe provides attire for ‘any student, any opportunity’

Hundreds of students borrow professional clothes from the Wardrobe each semester, for reasons ranging from convenience to financial need.

Making a ‘big’ difference in youth lives

January is National Mentoring Month: Meet three Cornell staff members mentoring local youth through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ithaca and Tompkins County.

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Physician and health care reform expert to lead discussion

Prominent physician, author and health services researcher Martin Shapiro will speak at an event on the Ithaca campus. He will describe steps to reform the health care system and lead a discussion that is open to all.

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Chemist wins National Academy of Science award

Geoffrey Coates’ discoveries have revolutionized polymer recycling, materials for green hydrogen generation, and the synthesis of sustainable plastics.

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Lymphoma mutation yields super-competitive immune cells

The key to understanding how the most aggressive lymphomas arise and resist current therapies may lie in mutations that disrupt a critical natural selection process among antibody-producing B cells, according to a multi-institutional preclinical study led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.

Cornell startup cultivates animal protein from plants

Forte Protein – a new Cornell startup that grows commercial animal proteins inside agricultural plants – has joined the university’s Center for Life Science Ventures business incubator.

A&S Klarman Fellows program renewed and expanded

The Klarman Postdoctoral Fellowship program in Arts and Sciences has been expanded to 10 fellows per cohort and extended by five years, thanks to additional significant support from Seth Klarman ’79 and Beth Schultz Klarman.

Reimagined Student Support and Advocacy Services to holistically support, empower students

Previously known as Care and Crisis Services, the newly reimagined office utilizes a student-centered and individualized approach to holistically support and empower undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

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Soft robots harness viscous fluids for complex motions

Researchers designed a new system of fluid-driven actuators that enable soft robots to achieve more complex motions, leveraging the very thing – viscosity – that had previously stymied their movement.