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The pandemic will have an enormous impact on civil infrastructure, from highways and airports to dams and energy systems, says Richard Geddes, an expert on infrastructure policy.

The proliferation of medical misinformation on social media and the human experience of social distancing are among the pandemic-related topics to receive rapid response grants from the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability.

Labor economist Erica Groshen says when the pandemic subsides, more jobs will emerge in inventory management, domestic manufacturing, remote connectivity and medical research.

Cornell thought leaders discussed the balance between public health and economic health, and the role government plays in finding a path forward during COVID-19 in a webinar April 30.

Cornell Tech’s first virtual Open Studio – an end-of-semester event in which students present the products they built to members of the tech industry – will be held online May 15.

Students have designed VitalMask, a “smart” respiratory mask that prevents the spread of airborne diseases and monitors the wearer’s vital signs.

Since its doors opened in September 2018, Cornell AgriTech's Center of Excellence for Food and Agriculture has supported more than 50 New York-based companies and helped raised $12.3 million to grow businesses.

Collaborating across disparate disciplines to tackle the grand challenges facing humanity is intrinsic to Cornell’s unique brand of research innovation.

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For families in western and central New York hurt by severe economic conditions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, relief is on the way – in the form of cold milk, delivered to local food banks.