Cornell chemists contributed to Nobel Prize-winning work

As doctoral students nearly 20 years ago, two Cornell researchers played an early role in the development of the work that was awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in chemistry.

Doctor/musician alumnus takes stage in Van Cliburn competition

Noah DeGarmo '00 majored in economics on the pre-med track and spent much of his time at Cornell making music. 

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Creating ‘political economy of hope’ at Pakistan-India border

Pakistani nationals of the Hindu faith migrate to India based on religion, caste, culture and history – and lately Indian government officials all the way up to the prime minister have been encouraging them to “return,” according Cornell researchers.

‘Our story’: Native American writers cultivate their craft

A free weekly workshop sponsored by Cornell’s Center for Cultural Humility through Oct. 24 highlights the work of upstate New York authors and helps them enhance their writing.

Cornell Health names new director of counseling services

David Reetz, director of counseling and psychological services at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has been named Cornell’s new director of Counseling and Psychological Services; he will join Cornell in mid-December.

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Onshore algae farms could feed the world sustainably

Growing algae onshore could close a projected gap in society’s future nutritional demands while also improving environmental sustainability.

A Q&A with Dr. Erin Scott of the Veterinary College

Dr. Erin Scott is an associate professor of ophthalmology in the Department of Clinical Sciences, and the second faculty member supported by the Cornell Margaret and Richard Riney Canine Health Center.

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“The Janes” director visits Oct. 13

The Janes were a network of women in Chicago who provided safe, affordable, illegal abortions to an estimated 11,000 women pre-Roe.

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Seed funding for cancer research jumpstarts promising scientific solutions

The Adam and Rachel Broder Fund for Cancer Research, which provides seed funding for scientists, is available to any Cornell faculty member. They are administered by the College of Veterinary Medicine, which has a long history of translational cancer research.

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