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Study to unmask the true cost of food for NYS agencies

Researchers seek to support New York’s food and agriculture producers by calculating the “true cost of food,” which takes into account hidden costs like climate, environmental, fiscal, health and workers impacts.

Klarman fellow tracks impact of social bonds on animal health

“My focus is on how an animal’s mother can impact a wide range of outcomes: in childhood, adulthood, and even between generations,” said Matthew Zipple, a Klarman Fellow in neurobiology and behavior.

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Testimony to Congress outlines employer anti-union efforts

Most employers continue to engage in coercive and retaliatory practices to limit union activity, a Cornell researcher told the U.S. House of Representatives Labor Committee in testimony Sept. 14.

Fairer ranking system diversifies search results

Cornell researchers have developed a fairer system for recommendations – from hotels to jobs to videos – so a few top hits don’t get all the exposure.

Textile exhibit opens with workers’ songs

Music library showcases garment worker's musical.

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Clean Water Act turns 50: conference celebrates progress, fosters connections

The Social Cost of Water Pollution conference, sponsored by Cornell Atkinson, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Clean Water Act and brought together academics and EPA officials.

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Arts and Sciences welcomes new faculty for 2022-23

Fifteen new faculty are bringing innovative ideas in a wide range of topics to the College of Arts & Sciences’ nexus of discovery and impact, including climate change, astronomy, identity studies and the economy.

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Dissident critics living in exile speak out on Sept. 23

Four dissident critics now living in exile in the United States will share their experiences at Dissidence: Exiled Writers on Resistance and Risk, a reading and reception on Friday, September 23.

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Riney Canine Health Center awards $1.3M for new research

While advancing the understanding of canine diseases, these two-year projects will also explore new avenues for diagnosing chronic pain and develop new models for testing therapies catered to dogs' immune systems.

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Student debuts Cornell Chimes on TikTok

Chimesmaster Chenchen Lu ’23 has brought the Cornell Chimes to TikTok, amassing a following of more than 140,000 in the last year.

Alzheimer’s disease causes major metabolic changes in the brain

New findings could lead to the development of treatments aimed at ameliorating the metabolic effects of the disease.

Male contraception offers promise in post-Roe v. Wade era

Paula Cohen, professor of genetics, is pioneering an innovative alternative to the birth control pill: a form of male contraception that targets a mechanism in the early stage of sperm cell production.