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01/29/2015
President David Skorton has released the report of the Climate Action Plan Acceleration Working Group, which recommends actions to help the Ithaca campus become carbon neutral by 2035.
01/27/2015
Cornell engineers have found that firing up diesel backup generators in non-emergency situations triggers rising atmospheric ozone concentrations due to additional nitrogen oxide emissions.
01/27/2015
Cornell engineers have found that firing up diesel backup generators in non-emergency situations triggers rising atmospheric ozone concentrations due to additional nitrogen oxide emissions.
01/27/2015
Cornell immunologist Avery August unusual life path has led him the 2014 E.E. Just Lecture Award, given annually to an outstanding minority scientist. August is professor and chair of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
01/27/2015
In a Cornell study of rats, researchers engineered a common gut bacteria, which when taken orally, helped control diabetes with the body’s own insulin. The study was published Jan. 27 in the journal Diabetes.
01/26/2015
The Cornell Center for Materials Research announces that five New York companies will receive grants through the center's JumpStart program. The projects receive up to $5,000 in matching funds for costs.
01/22/2015
Biology major James Eaglesham '15 is heading to Cambridge University as the Cornell’s newest Churchill scholar. He is one of 14 students nationwide to receive this honor and Cornell’s 21st Churchill scholar since 1975.
01/22/2015
The United States entered World War I on April 6, 1917. Scarcely a week later, 575 Cornell male undergraduates registered for military service, the university began a flight ground school soon after and women played lead roles in the war effort.
01/20/2015
Anne LaBastille, ’55, Ph.D. ’69 inspired generations of women to enter the natural sciences with her Thoreau-inspired “Woodswoman” series of books. Now her estate will support doctoral-level women studying conservation or natural resources.
01/20/2015
CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer Karlyn Beer ’06 helped Liberia combat Ebola on the front lines in the fall. She said safely caring for Ebola patients and preventing further transmission proved to be extremely complex.

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