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Scientists, economists aim to make China ag self-sustaining

To reduce global atmospheric greenhouse gas, Cornell food systems expert Mario Herrero shows how China must develop more sustainable, international agricultural trade.

Transdisciplinary film explores Trinidad and Tobago

"We Love We Self Up Here" is a documentary film that's an extension of Cornell's fall 2019 Mellon Collaborative Seminar titled Atmospheric Pressures: Climate Imaginaries and Migration in the Caribbean.

Partnering with traditional healers boosts HIV testing in Uganda

Partnering with traditional healers improves uptake of HIV tests in rural Uganda, according to a trial by Weill Cornell Medicine and Mbarara University of Science and Technology investigators.

Book co-edited by ILR professor wins prize

Described as “an anthropology of labor that is sharply attuned to the irreversible effects of climate change, extinction, and deforestation,” book wins Society for the Anthropology of Work Book Prize.

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Schmidt: Exploring Earth’s oceans to reach Europa

To prep for missions to Jupiter’s icy moon Europa, Britney Schmidt, associate professor of astronomy and earth and atmospheric sciences, is studying Antarctica’s ice and oceans.

Book explores Nigerian women’s political activism

A new book by Judith Byfield, professor of history, highlights the central role that women played in Nigeria’s nationalist movement in the years following World War II.

Natural climate protection may be written in stone

The rocky surface of Earth’s geology may provide a buffer for climate change to absorb excess carbon, according to a new Cornell paper in Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

Canadian research team earns Borlaug Gene Stewardship Award

The rust-resistant wheat cultivar development team at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) earned the Borlaug Global Rust Initiative (BGRI) 2021 Gene Stewardship Award for their long-standing innovations and strategies to…

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Grant to fund conference on climate change in South Asia

A Cornell-led international team of researchers has received a $65,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for its project, “The Next Monsoon: Climate Change and Contemporary Cultural Production in South Asia.”