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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Turner Fellows to advance agricultural development research at Cornell

Eight graduate students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) arrived at Cornell in August as the inaugural cohort of Thomas Wyatt Turner Fellows, as participants in a one-year program designed to support next-generation leaders in inclusive and sustainable agricultural development.

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Cornell Atkinson and Partners Advance Climate-Smart Agriculture Projects

Cornell Atkinson will partner on two climate-smart agriculture projects announced today as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s initiative Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities

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Yoga gear company wins entrepreneurship pitch contest

More than 200 students attended the Sept. 8 event in Collegetown.

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Students win Qualcomm Fellowship with machine learning project

Chenhui Deng and Andrew Butt, Ph.D. students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, have been awarded a 2022 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship for their proposal “Power Inference with Self-Supervised Learning.”

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Best designed by doing: radical hybrid thinking across disciplines

As part of a pilot collaboration between AAP and Cornell Tech, colleagues came together across disciplines to explore innovative ways of teaching and designing. Now, they are poised to take their ideas even further.

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Biomed students mark milestone with first-ever lab coat ceremony

Students received their coats during the 21st annual Biomedical and Biological Sciences Symposium, an all-day event that kicks off the academic year for the program.

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Kellogg honored for insight into mechanics of biological systems

The 2023 Margaret Oakley Dayhoff Award is given each year to a woman who has achieved prominence while in the early stages of a career in biophysical research.

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Student team will seek public’s views on planetary defense

Sarah Kreps, director of the Brooks School Tech Policy Institute, will direct two students as they analyze public opinion concerning planetary defense - how governments react when asteroids or comets are plunging toward earth.

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