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Study reveals malaria 'family tree'

Mar 24, 2016
Extensive testing of malarial DNA found in birds, bats and other small mammals from five East African countries revealed that malaria has its roots in bird hosts. Read more

Team aids mountain societies facing climate change

Mar 22, 2016
A team of scientists – led by a Cornell professor of natural resources – will help mountain communities in Asia recalibrate their seasonal-indicator ecological calendars to reckon the effects of climate change. Read more

New Oneida Lake book sweeps across research panorama

Mar 10, 2016
Cornell's Biological Field Station at Shackleton Point has studied all of Oneida Lakes natural dimensions. Now a new book, “Oneida Lake: Long-term Dynamics of a Managed Ecosystem and Its Fishery,” reviews New York's largest interior lake. Read more

Joe Regenstein touts benefits of GMOs

Feb 22, 2016
According to Cornell professor emeritus of food science Joe Regenstein ’65, M.S. ’66, consumer fears about genetically modified food are mostly misplaced. He spoke at Mann Library Feb. 18. Read more