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Webcasts to offer COVID-19 advice to hospitality, labor
Cornell Dairy helps replenish P&C Fresh milk stock
How to navigate misinformation during a pandemic
Cornell Health ready to combat coronavirus
Cornell linked to three 51 Pegasi b astronomy postdocs
Pollack on building community during times of struggle
Coral tells own tale about El Niño’s past
With new barley variety, Cornell leads way for brewers
Bartels Hall hosts surgical mask-sewing effort
Video game experience or gender may improve VR learning, study finds
Execs: Consumers pushing companies toward sustainability
Lack of media skepticism tied to belief in rape myths
Translation opens a thriving world of Chinese poetry
Optical Society and Optical Society of Korea Name Ajoy Ghatak 2020 Sang Soo Lee Award Recipi
Two COVID-19 cases confirmed within Cornell community
Southeast Asia Program grad conference goes remote
Cornell creates detailed COVID-19 website for food industry
Seeking stories of connection in time of coronavirus
COVID-19 working group gears up
New eCornell program offers wellness counseling skills
Research interrupted: Lab groups find their way together
Cornell’s sixth Giving Day nets more than $7M
Self-assembly required: Neutrons probe novel polymer behavior for biomedical materials
Model simulator helps researchers map complex physics phenomena
Michener views ‘Obamacare’ through lenses of race, politics
Generations meet at women’s entrepreneurship conference
A&S dean’s book stokes children’s imagination, wonder
Researchers sniff out AI breakthroughs in mammal brains
Ancient Hornwort Genomes Could Lead to Crop Improvement
Violating Peace: Sex, Aid & Peacekeeping
Update: Cornell coronavirus FAQ
Sequencing hornwort genomes could improve crops
Minorities have broader view of environmental issues
President outlines rationale of switch to virtual education
More than half of Americans want money, control in exchange for genetic data
Two-step method patches herniated discs
Plant parasites cause lasting genetic changes
‘First, but never alone’: Cornell joins first-generation initiative
Getting climate smart in Armenia
Smithsonian gallery hosting work by Cornell’s Rickard
Maize, not metal, key to native settlements’ history in NY
Muscle stem cells compiled in ‘atlas’
Bumblebees hate pumpkin pollen, which may help pumpkins
Researchers map protein motion
Machine learning illuminates material’s hidden order
Neuroscientists discover new structure of important protein in brain
DRI Hydrologist Mark Hausner Receives 2020 Rising Researcher Award
Carl Sagan’s ‘Cosmos’ legacy lives on in new series