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Sociologist honored with early career award

The award for Landon Schnabel comes from the American Sociological Association's Sociology of Religion Section.

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Two new faculty fellowships named in Human Ecology

Cornell Human Ecology faculty members Denise Green ’07 and Laura Bellows have recently been awarded fellowships in the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR).

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Library self-checkout launched

Library self-checkout let's users "choose their own adventure."

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Combustion powers bug-sized robots to leap, lift and race

Researchers combined soft microactuators with high-energy-density chemical fuel to create an insect-scale quadrupedal robot that is powered by combustion and can outperform its electric-driven competitors.

Potential spoilage microbe found in microfiltered milk

A new filtration process that aims to extend milk’s shelf life may result in a pasteurization-resistant microbacterium passing into milk if equipment isn’t properly cleaned early, Cornell scientists say.

Nobel Prize winner to talk about science education research

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Carl Wieman will visit campus Sept. 25-29 as an A.D. White Professor-at-Large, working with students and faculty and offering a public talk about his work in science education.

Powerful X-ray laser ushers in a new era of science

The newly upgraded Linac Coherent Light Source X-ray free-electron laser at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has produced its first X-rays, and researchers are ready to kick off an ambitious science program.

First JFI-Brooks Fellowships fund studies of government anti-poverty programs and AI policy

The first JFI-Brooks Fellowships scholars will research regulatory frameworks for artificial intelligence and the long-term impact of welfare reform-era policy changes on recipients and their children.

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Switching from CEO to entrepreneurial coach

Colin Day ’97 is the founder and former CEO of iCIMS, a company that offers cloud software for recruiting.

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Psychologist receives NSF grant to study the social brain

With a focus on the prairie vole, Alexander Ophir will study mating tactics in mammals to learn about the underlying neural sources of social behaviors.

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Research: Field course interactions relate to student identity

Doctoral student David Esparza is studying discipline-based education research in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology. 

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How Do Consumers Make Online Shopping Choices? The Mouse May Hold The Answer.

New research from SC Johnson College uses real-time cursor-tracking methods to capture consumers’ shopping choices.

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