New podcast explores imaging technique cryo-EM

Co-host Liz Kellogg, assistant professor of molecular biology and genetics: "In every interview, we heard stories that we hadn’t expected and learned something new about each other and about the field."

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Birds report finds losses in all habitats, except wetlands

The 2022 State of the Birds Report reveals that birds are declining overall in every habitat, except wetlands – a finding that could provide a viable strategy for improving outcomes for all birds.

New grant opportunity for assistant professors in the life sciences

Assistant professors conducting innovative research in the life sciences are eligible for the new Schwartz Research Fund Visionary Grant, which will provide $375,000 for  research that opens an important new line of inquiry.

Vet students get hands-on experience at local dog show

Cornell vet students shadowed breeders and vets at the Wine Country Circuit Dog Show, held Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at Sampson State Park in Romulus, New York. 

Giometto to study evolution of microbial populations with $1.9M grant

A new Cornell research project aims to gain a better understanding of how populations of microbes interact on surface environments, such as human skin, where their dynamics are not fully understood.

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Onshore algae farms could feed the world sustainably

Growing algae onshore could close a projected gap in society’s future nutritional demands while also improving environmental sustainability.

A Q&A with Dr. Erin Scott of the Veterinary College

Dr. Erin Scott is an associate professor of ophthalmology in the Department of Clinical Sciences, and the second faculty member supported by the Cornell Margaret and Richard Riney Canine Health Center.

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Seed funding for cancer research jumpstarts promising scientific solutions

The Adam and Rachel Broder Fund for Cancer Research, which provides seed funding for scientists, is available to any Cornell faculty member. They are administered by the College of Veterinary Medicine, which has a long history of translational cancer research.

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Climate change affects size of tree swallows

In an adaptation to climate change, tree swallows have become smaller over the last three decades, an ongoing study based in Tompkins County has found.