Radical Collaboration initiative adds AI, quantum, design tech

Artificial Intelligence, Design + Technology and Quantum Science and Technology will become part of “Radical Collaboration Drives Discovery,” bringing to 10 the number of initiatives in the provost office’s five-year-old program.

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Sperm research spawns new tests to detect stroke, concussion

Researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine plan to develop an enzyme-based technology into a range of diagnostic tests that can be performed anywhere using a handheld device.

New study defines spread of SARS-CoV-2 in white-tailed deer

North American white-tailed deer – shown in 2021 surveys of five states to have SARS-CoV-2 infection rates of up to 40% – shed and transmit the virus for up to five days once infected, according to a new study.

Bowman receives lifetime achievement award for advancing parasitology

Dr. Dwight Bowman was recognized for his outstanding achievements in the field of parasitology and for his vast contributions to veterinary research and education.

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Legal language affects how police officers are judged

Referring to police using the legal phrase “objectively reasonable” puts the officer in a more favorable light, regardless of race, according to new research from Neil Lewis Jr. ’13, assistant professor of communication, and doctoral student Mikaela Spruill.

Zoo and Wildlife Society hosts first Wildlife Conservation Day

This one-day symposium was devoted to education and training for students with an interest in non-domestic species.

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Enrollment now open for Summer Session 2022

Students are invited to enroll now for Cornell’s Summer Session where they can earn up to 15 credits. Courses are offered online, on campus and around the world in three-, six- and eight-week sessions between May 31 and August 2, 2022.

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Nigerian virologist builds lasting legacy in animal health

Kehinde Adesegun Abayomi Majiyagbe, M.S. ’76, Ph.D. ’79, worked to control many diseases, including African swine fever and rinderpest, impacting not only animal health, but food security and the economy for people in the region.

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A Q&A with Dr. Alyssa Chandler of the veterinary college

Alyssa Chandler, D.V.M. '14, joined the College of Veterinary Medicine as assistant clinical professor in the Section of Small Animal Medicine.

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