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Ray Jayawardhana, the Harold Tanner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of astronomy, hopes to inspire the next generation of scientists with his first book for young children, “Child of the Universe.”

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Ray Jayawardhana, the Harold Tanner Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of astronomy, hopes to inspire the next generation of scientists with his first book for young children, “Child of the Universe.”

Faculty members are developing innovative solutions as they prepare for the shift to online instruction April 6.

A collaboration led by Lawrence Bonassar developed a two-step technique to repair herniated discs so they maintain mechanical function and won’t collapse or deteriorate.

A Cornell research team led by Ben Cosgrove used a new cellular profiling technology to probe and catalog in a “muscle regeneration atlas,” the activity of almost every possible kind of stem cell involved in muscle repair.

Yunyun Wang ’20, a double major in the College of Arts and Sciences and in the College of Engineering, has been named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a national coalition committed to the public purposes of higher education.

Cornell structural biologists took a new approach to using a classic method of X-ray analysis to capture something the conventional method had never accounted for: the collective motion of proteins.

A Cornell collaboration led by physicist Brad Ramshaw used a combination of ultrasound and machine learning to narrow the possible explanations for what happens to uranium ruthenium silicide when it transitions into a “hidden order.”

Forty years after astronomer Carl Sagan helped people explore space through his “Cosmos” television series, a new season of scientific adventures will air on the National Geographic Channel, beginning March 9.