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IEEE Spectrum

Debdeep Jena, professor of engineering, discusses the Hybrid Field-Effect Transistor.


Michell Chresfield, assistant professor of African American history, discusses Black Americans' challenges when providing links to their Indigenous heritage.

The New York Times

Stephen Tettelbach, shellfish ecologist at CCE Suffolk County, says that scallops can survive rising water temperatures, a new parasite, or the stress of spawning, but most cannot survive all three.


Ashley Brissette, assistant professor of Ophthalmology at Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses what features to look for when buying sunglasses.

Associated Press

Natalie Mahowald, professor of atmospheric science, says “This is just a taste of what we can expect in the future, especially if we continue to fail to cut carbon dioxide fast enough.”


Alexander Colvin, dean of ILR, discusses working conditions for employees across different industries. 


The Atlantic

Colin Parrish, professor of virology at CVM, discusses the canine parvovirus outbreak in the 1970s and 80s that resulted in millions of infections.


“I think Biden could have stepped in further at the U.S.-Mexican border and say, 'Hey, this is a federal issue and it’s not up to states to send them out willy-nilly wherever they want,'” says Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law.


William Ryerson, senior lecturer in anatomy, explains how the shape, position, and size of snake teeth can be used to predict the direction and speed of a snake's strike.

The Washington Post

James Grimmelmann, professor of digital and information law, discusses copyright claims related to generative AI. 

The New York Times

“You will see a mighty lot of ‘mights’ in there,” said John Moore professor of microbiology and immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine. “There’s no evidence that any of this chain of ‘mights’ actually happens or even could happen.” 

The New York Times

Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research at ILR, explains why younger workers are more willing to take risks.