Radio interview highlights City of Ithaca public safety reform

City of Ithaca Acting Mayor Laura Lewis gives an update on public safety reform and other topics.

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Nobel laureates show support for Ukraine

A letter signed by 163 Nobel Prize laureates, and drafted by Cornell Nobel laureate Roald Hoffmann, condemned Russia’s attack on Ukraine and expressed support for the Ukrainian people.

Eleven professors win NSF early-career awards

Eleven assistant or associate professors representing four colleges have recently received National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Awards to support their research objectives.

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Arts Unplugged to feature science of the small

From cell-sized robots to the manipulation of human genes, Arts Unplugged: Science of the Very, Very Small on March 9 will explore nanoscale and quantum innovations shaping our future.

Computer-security researchers aim to prevent tech abuse

A Cornell Tech clinic has created a new approach to helping survivors of domestic abuse stop assailants from hacking into their devices and social media to surveil and harass them.

Nominations sought for faculty community-engaged learning awards

The David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement is accepting nominations for two awards that honor faculty excellence in community-engaged teaching and research. Nominations for the George D. Levy Teaching and Research Award and the Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship are due Monday, April 4, 2022.

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New 3D body-mapping tech helps consumers, the environment

The technology, developed in the Department of Human Centered Design, aims to improve the fit and design of clothing and increase the sustainability of online shopping.

Climate and agricultural economist Ariel Ortiz-Bobea will advise USDA on research priorities

Ariel Ortiz-Bobea says there is no greater threat to our food supply than climate change. He has been appointed to a USDA advisory panel where he will get to shape policy that leads to solutions.  

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Student podcast explores changing face of archaeology

A group of graduate students from Cornell is collaborating with students across the country to create a scholarly podcast focused on issues of diversity in archaeology.

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