New animal science facility supports methane reduction, climate resiliency

Cornell researchers and administrators joined industry and government partners to celebrate the opening of new animal respiration stalls in the Department of Animal Science.

In partnership: supporting informal settlement upgrading from within

This April, the Cornell Mui Ho Center for Cities welcomes Joseph Kimani, Executive Director of Slum Dwellers International–Kenya, to campus to share conversation and learning as both organizations seek to support informal settlement residents in their efforts to achieve increased housing security and equitable access to urban services.

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State-of-the-art techniques to reduce climate-warming cow methane

New climate-controlled animal respiration stalls in CALS – the only ones currently operating in the U.S. – will allow researchers to measure, verify and monitor methane and other gas emissions from cows.

Repair, reuse, recycle old tech at the Earth Day Repair Fair

Volunteers will be on hand to help fix broken devices and to donate or recycle unneeded tech on April 22 the Cornell Bowers CIS Earth Day Repair Fair.

Solar energy can uplift rural Ethiopians, but is hard to come by

Barriers to adopting solar power persist among rural communities in Ethiopia, where solar panels can promote health and education. 

Architectural-art installation takes center stage at Coachella

“Monarchs: A House in Six Parts,” a towering architectural-art installation designed by Leslie Lok and Sasa Zivkovic, assistant professors of architecture, is featured at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Postdoctoral fellows to lead sustainability research on four continents

Cornell Atkinson has announced its 2024 Postdoctoral Fellows, who work jointly with a Cornell advisor and an external advisor from a partner organization.

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New eCornell certificate explores intersection of climate change, labor and equity

A new certificate being offered by eCornell, in conjunction with the ILR School’s Climate Job Institute, will delve into the critical intersection of climate change, labor and equity, exploring the far-reaching implications of a warming planet on workers, communities and the broader economy. 

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Cornell Cinema offers tasty, mind-stretching Science on Screen showings

Science on Screen® supports creative pairings of current, classic, cult, and documentary films with introductions by figures from the world of science, technology and medicine. 

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