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“Startup Cornell” podcast features Cornell Tech entrepreneur

JP Pollak, co-founder and chief architect at The Commons Project Foundation, which is working on a universal vaccine app, is the guest for the fifth episode of the Startup Cornell podcast.

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NSF grant aims to optimize future cyberinfrastructure

Researchers at the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC), Texas Tech University, and Indiana University are engaged in a $298,000 NSF-funded EAGER grant designed to optimize future cyberinfrastructure projects.

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Veterinary students take deep dive into Finger Lakes dog show world

The Wine Country Circuit is one of the largest dog show circuits in the country and a unique learning opportunity for Cornell veterinary students, who shadowed mentors, exhibitors and field veterinarians Oct. 2.

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Radio interview highlights ICSD's trades curriculum

ICSD educator Heather Williams discusses newly implemented curriculum "Connecting Kids to the Trades."

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2021 ADW-PAL Call for Nominations announcement

Cornell faculty members have until Monday, Dec. 6, to submit nominations of distinguished scholars in the areas of humanities and physical sciences for the A.D. White Professors-at-Large Program.

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ILR's Sarah Besky receives fellowship

Associate Professor Sarah Besky will explore the impact of climate change on a district in the Himalayan mountains.

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Cornell alumni honored for plant breeding work in Africa

Two Cornell alumni with deep ties to plant breeding efforts in Africa were recognized for outstanding work building capacity to improve food security on the continent. Ronnie Coffman, Ph.D. ’71 and Joe DeVries, Ph.D. ’95 received…

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Franco ’24 named SUNY ambassador

ILRie one of 20 current Educational Opportunity Program students to earn a position as a Student Ambassador in new SUNY program.

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Lost in a thousand leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his depiction of the human condition in relation to time and the natural world.

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