MEDIA ALERT: Experts available on Ukraine war anniversary

Cornell faculty members are available to discuss the anniversary of the Ukraine war. 

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Britney Schmidt and collaborators are publishing two papers in Nature on Feb. 15 related to melting rates, and how melting occurs, at Thwaites Glacier – the hottest glacier in Antarctica. Read the article in the Cornell Chronicle.

In The News

New York Post

Tomás Arias, professor of physics, Boris Barron, doctoral candidate, and Nathan Sitaraman, postdoctoral associate, examine the application of the density-functional fluctuation theory to basketball. 


Robert Hockett, professor of law, discusses FDIC proposals to help prevent another bank collapse.

ABC News

“The hope with that would be to slow down the flywheel. You're not going to prevent every single user from using TikTok but that would certainly make it much more difficult to use.” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government.

Associated Press

“The Swiss National Bank has in effect pulled Credit Suisse back from the cliff’s edge and is likely to have done enough to stabilize the situation with the massive liquidity infusion,” says Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy.

National Geographic

“Sea ice is to the Arctic ecosystem what soil is for the forest. Rapid changes like these will affect all sea ice-dependent fauna and flora, from tiny under-ice algae to top predators like polar bears,” says Flavio Lehner, assistant professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences.

The New York Times


“When we need to perceive things from the outside world, the beats of the heart are noise to the cortex,” says Saeedeh Sadeghi, doctoral candidate. “You can sample the world more — it’s easier to get things in — when the heart is silent.”