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Students in fields ranging from computer science and engineering to business, agriculture and animal science convened at the second Digital Agriculture Hackathon, Feb. 28-March 1, with a shared purpose: to combine their disparate skills to brainstorm ways to make the world a better place.

Researchers from Cornell and the Mars Global Food Safety Center can complete whole-genome sequencing to determine salmonella serotypes in two hours and the whole identification process within eight hours.

Most birth control options rely on women to manage, but promising Cornell research from the lab of Paula Cohen, professor of genetics in the College of Veterinary Medicine, may be changing the game by tackling male contraception.

In recent years, researchers in the lab of Hening Lin discovered enzymes that remove chemical modifications – “codes” used for cell signaling – from proteins.

The “Leadership Skills for Success” workshop, March 24-25 in the Stocking Hall Conference Center, promises to help participants develop the critical communication and supervisory skills needed to build and lead their teams.

Cornell researchers have described a new type of gene drive with the potential to delay resistance that wild populations employ to fend off the genetic engineering of desired mutations.

Cornell faculty members are finding answers to questions related to a world on the move with a boost from Cornell’s first Migrations grants, awarded by the “Migrations” Global Grand Challenge.

Researchers from Cornell and Pennsylvania State University are developing a high-tech, portable imaging system that will increase profits and yields by making winter grapevine pruning more efficient.

New research from an interdisciplinary Cornell team has found that it takes as few as 10 minutes in a natural setting for college students to feel happier and lessen the effects of stress both physically and mentally.