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10/30/2014
A pathogenic fungus that infects salamanders and newts has jumped out of Southeast Asia and threatens species worldwide.
10/30/2014
A first clinical trial of ultrasmall, multifunctional particles called "C dots" (Cornell dots) has deemed them safe for humans and cleared easily by the body.
10/30/2014
Academic experts and industry insiders will gather at Cornell on Dec. 8 for a global summit to discuss new approaches to emerging food system challenges.
10/30/2014
Students Cornell Veterinary School, the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs and SUNY-Cortland are raising funds for the Belize Zoo.
10/30/2014
The Cornell Center for Materials Research’s JumpStart program, funded by New York state, helps small businesses solve issues with materials.
10/30/2014
Third-year Cornell Law School student Fatmata Kabia is raising funds to support the next issue of Memunatu, a magazine she founded that serves West African teenage girls.
10/28/2014
Following a campus screening of the documentary film "Farmland," panelists discussed the future of farming Oct. 27.
10/28/2014
In his new book, "The Art of Social Theory,” sociologist Richard Swedberg proposes new approaches to creative theorizing.
10/27/2014
The five-year, $2.29 million grant supports “exceptionally creative new investigators who propose highly innovative projects that have the potential for unusually high biomedical impact."
10/27/2014
The five-year, $875,000 award has gone to 18 of the nation’s most innovative early-career scientists and engineers.

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