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12/15/2014
Since 1998, hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dead eider ducks have been washing up every year on Cape Cod’s beaches. Scientists have pinned down one of the agents responsible: a pathogen they’re calling Wellfleet Bay virus.
12/15/2014
Cornell materials scientists have invented low-toxicity, highly effective carbon-trapping “sponges” that could lead to increased use of carbon-capture technology.
12/15/2014
A new study reports for the first time how arteries form to supply the looping embryonic gut with blood, and how these arteries guide development of the gut’s lymphatic system.
12/11/2014
After 20 years of leadership that transformed Weill Cornell Medical College into a global health care enterprise, Sanford I. Weill ’55 will retire as chair of the Board of Overseers Jan. 1. Jessica M. Bibliowicz ’81, a financial services entrepreneur who has served on the board for the past decade, will succeed him.
12/11/2014
Risk-taking entrepreneurs are lauded at the Dec. 9 Agribusiness Economic Outlook Conference.
12/11/2014
Cornell has joined nearly 50 universities in a commitment to address global hunger. University leaders will sign the Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutrition Security Dec. 9 at the United Nations.
12/11/2014
Many people have contributed to Cornell University’s rich history, and one key contributor – never a student, alumna or professor – was Eleanor Roosevelt.
12/11/2014
Students in the Research Design, Practice and Policy course analyzed five years of survey responses to develop better parent education programs.
12/10/2014
Celebrating its first year of research projects in India, the Tata-Cornell Agriculture and Nutrition Initiative briefed faculty and students on drinking-water system projects, research on iron nutrition for women, and a food fortification study.
12/10/2014
A panel of faculty members took on ending the "prison industrial complex" at a campus discussion Dec. 4.

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