Greening food preservation nourishes the environment

As consumers want fewer food preservatives and less plastic waste, Cornell scientists have created a bioderived polymer that helps salad dressings and beverages last longer in the fridge.

Merlin Bird ID app identifies more than 450 bird species by sound

You love beautiful bird song. But what birds are singing? The free Merlin Bird ID app has more than one way to help you find out.

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Introducing the inaugural BioEntrepreneurship MBA cohort

MBA candidates in the first cohort of Cornell's new BioEntrepreneurship Initiative will collaborate with doctoral researchers in the life sciences across Cornell. The program is designed to develop startup leaders and foster innovation in the life sciences. 

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Cross-college researchers unravel mummy bird mystery

Master’s student Carol Anne Barsody is working with an array of interdisciplinary collaborators to explore the origins of a mummified bird and create a multisensory exhibition that rethinks the way ancient artifacts are presented in museums.

Grants aim to unite networks to increase impact

Three teams have been awarded Public Issue Network Grants, providing up to $30,000 in funding for each project over three years. The grants support faculty, staff, students, alumni and community partners as they weave broader, more effective networks of potential collaborators, coordinate resources and increase the impact of their work on a particular social issue.

A Q&A with Dr. Emma Houck of the Veterinary College

Dr. Emma Houck joined the College of Veterinary Medicine as an assistant clinical professor in the section of zoological medicine.

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$6.75M EPA grant to fund Great Lakes food web monitoring

Cornell received the grant to continue efforts to monitor and research the lower part of the food web, particularly zooplankton like Mysis and benthic invertebrates.

Student grants serve communities from New York to Ethiopia

Students aim to reduce aviation emissions, support farmworkers and improve a New York animal shelter with the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement’s Serve in Place awards.

Veterinary alumni launch fund to support well-being efforts

The Well-being and Mental Health Fund will offset costs associated with curricular adjustments already underway and programmatic efforts at the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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