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Associated Press

Dan Gilrein, association senior issue educator at CCE, explains that pests may also contribute to evergreens browning.

The New York Times

John August, program director at the Scheinman Institute, discusses why more doctors and pharmacists are becoming interested in unionizing.

Huffington Post

Johnnie Kallas, Ph.D. candidate at ILR, discusses the rise of unionizing.


In this interview with CNN, Martin Wiedmann, professor of food science, explains how to prevent foodborne illnesses.


Sarah Kreps, professor of government, joins Bloomberg Technology to talk about the AI landscape.

Popular Science

“We really don’t want people to panic. Respiratory disease in dogs is nothing new. But there may be times when it seems like we’re seeing more disease than usual,” says Brian Collins, senior lecturer at CVM.

The Independent

Article discusses research by Fengqi You, professor of engineering, which suggests that setting up strategic mining operations could reduce the environmental impact of cryptocurrency.

The Economist

Article mentions research by Karan Girotra, professor of management and of operations, technology, and innovation at Cornell Tech and the Johnson School, that compared the idea-generating abilities of ChatGPT to those of college students.

The New York Times

Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication, weighs in on the purposeful Instagrammability of workspaces.


Mark Lachs, professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, notes that financial capacity can be one of the first things to decline through disease or age.

The Guardian

Kevin McGowan, extension associate at the Lab of Ornithology, says, “Obviously another Eurasian eagle owl is not around but there are great horned owls in the vicinity.”

Financial Times

Charles Whitehead, professor of business law, discusses Binance's position in the cryptocurrency industry.