From methane to microbes: 2030 Project conveys first grants

Eleven 2030 Project grants were awarded to Cornell faculty for an array of fast-track climate solutions, including tools to help New York communities reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Data and Gorges: The Inaugural MSBA class completes first residency in Ithaca

To better equip leaders for a world where data-driven decision making is ubiquitous, Cornell’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management welcomed its first class of students working towards an accelerated MSBA degree.

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Research shows manager movement impacts subordinates' careers

Bonuses and other incentives decrease for employees left behind, but many seek out opportunities within their organizations, according to research co-authored by ILR Associate Professor JR Keller.

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Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy launches Brooks School Tech Policy Institute

Technology policy is a broad and emerging field and touches almost every aspect of our daily lives. Under the direction of Professor Sarah Kreps, the new Cornell Brooks School Tech Policy Institute at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy will provide valuable opportunities for students and researchers.

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Awareness, not mandatory GMO labels, shifts consumer preference

An increase in consumer awareness around GMO-related topics – such as news coverage of legislative debate – is linked to an increase in demand for non-GMO products, even in states that didn’t ultimately pass GMO labeling laws, a new study finds.

Social media boycott of Goya did not harm sales

With instances of so-called political consumerism continually hitting the headlines in today’s politically polarized environment, Cornell researchers sought to understand the actual sales effect of social media posts targeting specific brands.

Startup Cornell podcast features ‘Roman to the Rescue’ star vet

Aziza Glass D.V.M. ‘15, owner of Personal Touch Veterinary Clinic and a star on the Disney XD and Hulu show “Roman to the Rescue." is the next guest on the Startup Cornell podcast.

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Milstein students spend summer producing, questioning, exploring

Students in the Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity spent eight weeks this summer exploring New York City and thinking deeply about the implications of technology.

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Are Costly New Prescription Drugs Worth the Price?

Some countries use a relatively straightforward cost-effectiveness analysis to decide whether to green light insurance coverage of prescription drugs. That can prevent new drugs from entering the market that would be highly sought after by patients who value costlier care.

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