From methane to microbes: 2030 Project conveys first grants

Eleven 2030 Project grants were awarded to Cornell faculty for an array of fast-track climate solutions, including tools to help New York communities reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Kellogg honored for insight into mechanics of biological systems

The 2023 Margaret Oakley Dayhoff Award is given each year to a woman who has achieved prominence while in the early stages of a career in biophysical research.

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Cornell partners in $12.5M grant examining aging between males and females

Cornell is co-leading a five-year, $12.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to form the IISAGE Biology Integration Institute aimed at identifying mechanisms and evolution of sex differences between females and males in aging.

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High Schoolers study veterinary medicine through Cornell's Precollege Studies Program

High School students from around the world come to Cornell University to live on campus and study vet medicine during the summer. They work with Cornell faculty, earn college credit, and earn a Cornell transcript.

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Live and in person: Migration Celebration returns

For the first time since 2019, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s free Migration Celebration – marking the biannual phenomenon of bird migration – is being held as an in-person event.

Study finds tiny brain area controls work for rewards

A tiny but important area in the middle of the brain acts as a switch that determines when an animal is willing to work for a reward and when it stops working, according to a new study. 

Sen. Gillibrand touts funds for climate-smart farming

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, visited Cornell Aug. 29 to champion agricultural conservation and climate-smart farming provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act and highlight related research and extension efforts in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Burnout takes a heavy financial toll on veterinary medicine

Workplace burnout is costing the veterinary industry two billion dollars a year, according to research from the Cornell Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship.

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Neuroscientist receives Freedman Prize

Antonio Fernandez-Ruiz has been awarded the 2022 Freedman Prize, which recognizes exceptional clinical and basic research in mental illness.

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