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CUPD’s K-9 units protect and connect

Luna and Axel sweep large events on campus, assist with bomb threats or detection needs, and help make their handlers more accessible to the general public.

New Cornell certificate helps create the ethical data science workplace of the future

M. Elizabeth Karns has partnered with eCornell to launch a new Data Ethics online certificate program to give data science practitioners tools to build ethics into every project phase and data science workplace.

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Mayfest chamber music festival returns to Ithaca May 20-24

The music department's annual springtime festival of world-class chamber music will feature performances by exceptional guest artists from around the world.

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Major progress made in construction of Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope

Once it is assembled in Chile, the telescope will deliver a high-throughput, wide-field of view that will be able to map the sky rapidly and efficiently at submillimeter to millimeter wavelengths.

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Scott J. Peters to conduct participatory action research with University of Minnesota

Cornell CALS Professor Scott J. Peters to lead participatory action research into issues of justice, sovereignty, equity and sustainability in food and farming systems at University of Minnesota. 

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Travel grants help graduate students conduct research across the globe

The Graduate School awarded more than 100 Research Travel Grants over three rounds of funding in 2021-22. Grants provide financial support for research students to conduct thesis or dissertation research away from campus.

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Tiny red fox gets Big Red care

A red fox kit found in Cortland County with its paw caught in a plastic rat trap is on the mend at Cornell’s Janet L. Swanson Wildlife Hospital, where veterinarians, licensed veterinary technicians and students are helping get the fox back to full health.

T cell behavior determines immunotherapy success

New research from Weill Cornell Medicine investigators may help explain why immunotherapy doesn’t work for some cancer patients.

Graduate student selected for DOE program

Zepyoor Khechadoorian’s project in high energy physics will be the measurement of the muon anomalous magnetic moment, working with Fermilab advisor Chris Polly.

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Cell division finding could lead to new cancer treatments

A protein called CDC7, long thought to play an essential role early in the cell division process, is in fact replaceable by another protein called CDK1, according to a study by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

Dance Collective show champions veterinary community creativity

The Cornell Veterinary Dance Collective Spring 2022 Showcase, aptly named “The Revival,” marked the group’s first return since the coronavirus pandemic stoppered such performances two years ago.

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Four elected to National Academy of Sciences

An agricultural economist, a theoretical physicist, a plant biologist and a physiologist have each been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the academy announced May 3.