A memorandum of understanding between Cornell and the Keystone Foundation was signed Sept. 23 that establishes the Nilgiris Field Learning Center in Kotagiri, Tamil Nadu, India.
Leila Janah, founder and CEO of Samasource, a company that connects technology firms with an untapped labor market in developing countries, will deliver an Iscol talk Sept. 30.
Associate professor of animal science Dan Brown, Ph.D. ’81, has recommended ways to reduce contamination of peanuts, a staple crop in the developing world.
Experts gathered at Cornell Sept. 17 for a daylong symposium on “Food Security in a Vulnerable World,” at which suggestions were offered to G20 leaders in absentia.
Since its launch by Cornell Law School's Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture in 2012, Meridian 180's influence on Southeast Asian policy has grown.
A cheap and simple process using nanoparticles with natural fibers can almost completely rid water of harmful textile dyes in minutes, report Cornell and Colombian researchers.
A gift from Randy '75 and Howard '74, MBA '75, Freedman to Cornell’s anthropology department will allow undergraduates to undertake research projects across the country or around the globe.
Symposium to showcase program that trained students to use interdisciplinary approaches to food systems and agriculture issues that contribute to extreme poverty.
Kim Beazley, the Australian ambassador to the United States, spoke on campus Sept. 10 about U.S. diplomatic efforts in Southeast Asia. He says they are succeeding.