Researchers assess solutions to combat infectious disease, environmental threats

In a large-scale effort to reduce human infectious diseases and conserve human and animal life, researchers have collated and reviewed the evidence for 46 solutions that aim to advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. 

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Veterinary Educators Academy launches inaugural conference

The Cornell Veterinary Educators Academy held its inaugural conference, “Professions, Professionals and Professional Identity,” virtually Aug. 10 and 11.

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Study identifies gut bacteria that regulate cholesterol

A new study finds that certain species of bacteria in the gut interact with and help balance levels of dietary cholesterol by using it to create a molecule that plays important roles in human health.

Digitization program calls for applications

Making a difference one digital collection at a time, the library's grants program partners with faculty and Ph.D. students.

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Aquadro honored for contributions to population genetics

A world leader in the study of population genetics of the fruit fly, Aquadro  studies the amount of diversity that exists within and between the genomes of organisms.

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Netflix and meow: Cat documentary features CVM’s Kornreich

Dr. Bruce Kornreich, D.V.M. ’92, Ph.D. ’05, director of the Cornell Feline Health Center, is a featured expert on “Inside the Mind of a Cat,” a documentary premiering Aug. 18 on Netflix.

Competition limits the ranges of mountain birds

Birds living in tropical mountains have narrow ranges. Why not make use of the whole mountain? A new study finds the dominant influence for their choice has to do with the neighbors.

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Mini donkey gets big boost from pacemaker

Nix, a miniature donkey with a potentially fatal heart condition, is on the mend after a successful pacemaker implantation by veterinarians at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals – the first surgery of its kind in a large animal species at Cornell.

Harrison College Scholars explore politics, wellness, environment in summer work

From Ithaca to Hawaii to Ecuador, students in the Robert S. Harrison College Scholars Program in the College of Arts & Sciences took advantage of the summer as a time to explore their research interests.

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