Under the new agreement, Cornell and CARPHA will explore ways to address the complex public health challenges facing Caribbean nations and provide Cornell students and faculty the opportunity to collaborate with Caribbean public health organizations.
In a new study, Cornell psychology researchers have found that babies learn their prelinguistic vocalizations – coos, grunts and vowel sounds – change the behaviors of other people, a key building block of communication.
Lisa Mitchell, a licensed veterinary technician with the College of Veterinary Medicine, brought her golden retriever to compete at this year’s Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where CVM representatives provided on-site care for the elite breeds.
The free machine-learning powered tool can identify more than 3,000 birds by sound alone, generates reliable scientific data and makes it easier for people to contribute citizen-science data on birds by simply recording sounds.
At NextGen Cassava, together with partners IITA and NRCRI in Nigeria, TARI in Tanzania and NaCRRI in Uganda, Tufan and the Survey Division team are breaking down research silos by integrating data sets between plant breeders, economists and gender specialists.