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Archaeologists: Ancient Turks adapted to climate change
Digitized files give rare glimpse of anti-union advocacy
IAD grant will support learning hubs in Ghana, Zambia
Buzz kill: Spiders ‘hear’ airborne prey via their legs
Engineering startups harness Cornell’s entrepreneurial energy
Psychological ownership improves care of public parks, lakes
Employers Should Reward Workers for Accomplishments, Not Hours Worked
Cornell teams work tirelessly to limit COVID spread
Book examines Black Jewish indigeneity in South Africa
Cornell donates 37 tons of produce to fight food insecurity
Wilkerson: US must reckon with ‘long shadow’ of caste system
COVID-19 Summit to be held virtually Nov. 4-5
Who Is Don Greenberg, and why is he pixelated?
Michal Lipson Named 2021 John Tyndall Award Recipient
Project will strengthen global supply chains with AI
University’s incubators guide, advise startup teams
75 years later, ILR School notes its broad impact, looks ahead
Authors break down history of ‘envirotech’ in new book
Project to optimize food plant worker safety, product supply
Cook-Gray lecturer: Domestic workers need more protections
‘Democracy Contested?’ forum panel to meet online
John Kerry will speak at Belnick presidential forum
Closing Plastic Loop
Digitization grants awarded to Arts and Sciences projects
Cornell startup Combplex wins $500K in 76West competition
Entry isn’t easy, but immigrants face few barriers in NYC tech
Panel offers look at open access in COVID-19 era
Analysis: Trump White House NDAs are likely unconstitutional
Efficacy, politics influence public trust in COVID-19 vaccine
Study reveals why some blame Asian Americans for COVID-19
Using microbes, scientists aim to extract rare-earth elements
Religion: less ‘opiate,’ more suppressant, study finds
Finding one elusive bird
CCE helps Buffalo get school food truck rolling
Baby bobcat rallies after hip surgery
Cornell United Way drive kicks off; needs greater due to virus
Fossil footprints tell story of prehistoric parent’s journey
Wilkerson to discuss ‘Racial Moment of Truth’ in CCSS lecture
Zhang helps NYS to go solar, avoid land-use conflicts
StayHomecoming 2020 brings Big Red spirit online
Manager Pay Level Drives Misreporting of Nonprofit Financial Performance
Homecoming keynote highlights Law School clinics
New Jeep ad supports Carl Sagan Institute initiative
Grants fund community-engaged learning curricula
Cornell unites science and policy to end hunger
Community honors Toni Morrison with ‘Bluest Eye’ reading
Study upends understanding about joint injuries
Global Agriculture and Food Security Program Donors Announce US$300 million to End Hunger and Malnutrition