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Etching showing a stately building and horse and carriage traffic around it

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Book explores the centuries-old influence of ‘Protestant Brooklyn’

Professors Glenn Altschuler, PhD ’76, and Stuart Blumin take a deep dive into the borough once known as the "city of churches."
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loadbang offers concerts as 2022-23 Stucky Residency for New Music ensemble

The ensemble will collaborate with graduate composers on new works and engage with students in a variety of ways.
Chorale members standing in four rows in front of a stone building with stone archway

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Chorale is back!’ says new director

“We welcome singers from any department of the university and from the community,” said Michael Poll, music director and Klarman Fellow.
Illustration of a blocky silver robot

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Brains on board: Smart microrobots walk autonomously

Electronic “brains” on solar-powered robots that are smaller than an ant’s head allow them to walk by themselves.
Person in blue jacket speaking in front of red, white and green flags

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Fascism expert: Italy is next in the European nationalist movement, here is why.

The outcome of the Italian election on Sept. 25 could have dramatic effects on the country and European Union, says professor Mabel Berezin.
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Devoting time to do the most good

Financial aid didn’t just open a door to education for Adam Shelepak ’17—it afforded the possibility of service to the Cornell community, like founding the nonprofit Anabel’s Grocery.
Red cliffs reaching down to blue ocean; a city of white buildings appears small

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Statistical analysis aims to solve Greek volcano mystery

Sturt Manning has zeroed in on a much narrower range of dates, approximately 1609–1560 BCE, for the eruption on Santorini, a pivotal event in the prehistory of the region.
Solmaz Sharif

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Poet Solmaz Sharif, reading Sept. 29, considers ‘literary citizenship’

Her books of poetry are “Looks” and “Customs”; part of the Fall 2022 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series for the Creative Writing Program.
Margaret Rossiter

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Rossiter honored for 'writing women back into the history of science'

Her major work, “Women Scientists in America,” has redrawn the historical landscape of women in science.
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Milstein students greet new year with team-building events

What are students up to with wooden skewers, popsicle sticks, Scotch Tape and a rainbow collage of pipe-cleaners?
frontiers conference poster

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Archaeological conference expands discussion beyond colonial roots

'We saw this conference as a way to expand the conversation beyond Cornell.'
Person wearing a hat in a sunny field, using electronc equipment

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Klarman Fellow tracks impact of social bonds on animal health

“My focus is on how an animal’s mother can impact a wide range of outcomes: in childhood, adulthood, and even between generations."
Students with backpacks walk past a building with stone columns

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Two Doctoral Students Receive Ford Fellowships

Joseph Miranda, a doctoral candidate in English language and literature, received a dissertation competition fellowship.
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Martial law anniversary marked by ‘historical revisionism’

This year’s anniversary of Philippine martial law is momentous, says professor Christine Bacareza Balance.
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From methane to microbes: 2030 Project conveys first grants

“Climate change is a pressing challenge and we don’t have a moment to lose."
Medical professoional wearing a mask and protective gloves gives a shot to a person wearing a Cornell Big Red t-shirt

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Collaboration to infuse human behavior into epidemiological models

Six Cornell faculty members from three different colleges will work together to improve epidemiological models of infectious disease using a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Ancient stone building with a spire and foliage growing on the roof

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Report shows near-total erasure of Armenian heritage sites

The study compiled decades of high-resolution satellite imagery from the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.
breast cancer cells

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Proteins could lead to early breast cancer diagnosis, treatment

A team of researchers has discovered a non-invasive biomarker that could aid with earlier diagnosis of breast cancer, the most common cancer among women, which will likely affect one in 13 women during their lives.
Desert land seen from above, showing a huge crater

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Student team will seek public’s views on planetary defense

The researchers will conduct public opinion surveys on how governments respond when asteroids and comets threaten cities, countries, or at the extreme, even the entire earth.
Elizabeth Kellogg

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Kellogg honored for insight into mechanics of biological systems

The 2023 Margaret Oakley Dayhoff Award is given each year to a woman who has achieved prominence while in the early stages of a career in biophysical research.