Recent grads on a mission to support Ukraine

Mark Kreynovich ’19, who was born in Ukraine, and Dillon Carroll ’20 are bringing medical and other supplies to Ukraine, translating, and coordinating housing for refugees.

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.

Return of the dragon: Two-headed beast revives Dragon Day

Scrapped twice by the pandemic, Dragon Day is set to return April 1 with architecture students collaborating to parade through campus a two-headed “scrap dragon” built from recycled materials.

CALS junior earns national award for addressing social change

Christina Ochoa, who advocates for incarcerated people serving life sentences in New York state through the Cornell University Parole Initiative, earned the Newman Civic Fellowship for her dedication to transforming systemic injustice in prisons and parole policies.

Student muralist explores public art, policy link

Junior Nate Reilly jumpstarts his own artistic career while working to enhance the arts from a systemic and policy-oriented lens as a participant in the Cornell in Washington program.

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.

Around Cornell

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.

Staff News

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.