Cornell expands LVT preceptorship program

After over 15 years of preparing future veterinary technicians to enter the workforce, Cornell's preceptorship program remains one of the few of its kind based in a New York referral animal hospital.

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Library deal to stimulate open access

Library strikes "read-and-publish" access with Cambridge University Press.

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Cornell Atkinson Awards Bolster Research, Drive New Efforts by Emerging Scholars

Cornell Atkinson Postdoctoral Fellows Catalyze Change to Create Scalable, Long-term Impact

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In western floodplains, species cope with bullfrog, sunfish invaders

A new study of a southwestern Washington floodplain finds that most native species adapt well to the invading bullfrogs and sunfish by shifting their food sources and feeding strategies.

Center for Immunology connects Cornell strengths

The center, with more than 120 faculty members, builds on the multidisciplinary nature of research into the immune system, with links between infection biology, vaccine development, genetics, genomics, malignancy and biomedical engineering.

Dashboard reveals migration path of billions of birds

With its new Migration Dashboard, the BirdCast program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology can now show how many birds are estimated to have flown over a particular county in the lower 48 states on any given night during migration, updated in near-real time.

Ed Mabaya named director of Cornell’s Humphrey Program

Ed Mabaya, MS ’98, Ph.D. ’03 has been named director of Cornell’s Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, a premier training program for mid-career professionals from developing and emerging economies in areas of agriculture, rural development and natural resource management.

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Scientists resurrect ancient enzymes to improve photosynthesis

A Cornell study describes a breakthrough in the quest to improve photosynthesis in certain crops, a step toward adapting plants to rapid climate changes and increasing yields to feed a projected 9 billion people by 2050.

Cornell Humphrey program director Peter Gregory to retire

Peter Gregory, who for more than a decade supported cadres of international leaders through the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program at CALS, will retire June 30.

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