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11/06/2014
A new study from the College of Veterinary Medicine finds that many wild carnivores carry the canine parvovirus.
11/06/2014
A Cornell study finds that toddlers notice subtle social clues to figure out what actions of others may be socially or culturally important, then preferentially share this information with others.
11/06/2014
A person’s genes can shape the types of microbes that reside in the human gut independent of the environment a person lives in, according to a Cornell-led study.
11/05/2014
Three former presidents of the Latin American Studies Association will join current LASA president Debra Castillo at a symposium on campus Nov. 8.
11/05/2014
Following a multimillion-dollar makeover, the Barton Laboratory Greenhouse was dedicated Oct. 30 at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York.
11/05/2014
ZYMtronix, a startup company with roots in Cornell-developed technology and operating in Cornell’s McGovern Center for business development, has signed an agreement with Codexis, a major producer of pharmaceutical enzymes.
11/05/2014
ZYMtronix, a startup company with roots in Cornell-developed technology and operating in Cornell’s McGovern Center for business development, has signed an agreement with Codexis, a major producer of pharmaceutical enzymes.
11/04/2014
For dogs, simple joys of playing in water can lead to illness and even fatal poisoning when harmful algae blooms muck up the water.
11/04/2014
A newly published examination of reasons for female academics’ ongoing underrepresentation in math-intensive fields analyzes a very long list of purported culprits – before coming to a surprising conclusion.
11/04/2014
A proposal for research to detect racial bias in the research peer review process has earned a second-place prize from the National Institutes of Health’s Center for Scientific Review for two College of Human Ecology faculty members.

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