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In a study lead by Cornell microbiology professor Ian Hewson, scientists have discovered that a parasite is behind a severe die-off of long-spined sea urchins across the Caribbean Sea, which has had devastating consequences for coral reefs and surrounding marine ecosystems. Read the article in the Cornell Chronicle.

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PBS News Hour


William Michael Lynn, professor of services marketing at the Nolan School, joins PBS News Hour to discuss the increase in tipping requests.

Today Show


Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, urban entomologist and senior extension associate at CCE, discusses chiggers and their bites.


Angela Cornell, clinical professor of law, says, “Weakening the right to strike by making it riskier to exercise means it will reduce the only leverage unions have when negotiating with companies. This, of course, is a big tilt toward business interests and against the collective interests of workers.”


Alex Susskind, professor of food and beverage management, and Chekitan Dev, assistant professor of marketing and brand management, discuss Chick-fil-A's shift in values.


“It’s not that one piece of content is going to be devastating; it’s the collective, scaled approach to inauthenticity that’s the problem. People can do this at scale now. It can look like massive numbers of citizens are supporting a particular issue when they’re not,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government.

Bloomberg Law


James Grimmelmann, professor of tech and IP law, appears on Bloomberg Law to discuss AI regulations.