Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell, will become the university’s 16th provost. He will assume the position August 1.

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CVM at The ARK

CVM is doing many great things at the new animal terminal at JFK Airport, but running a clinic there is not one of them.


Michael I. Kotlikoff, dean of Vet College, named provost

Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, will be Cornell University’s next provost, President Elizabeth Garrett announced today. Kotlikoff will assume the office Aug. 1.


Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists celebrates a successful first year

About 100 members of the Long Island performance horse community turned out to congratulate the staff, tour the facility, and watch the unveiling of the new standing MRI.


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K-12 'classroom in a test tube' program expands with grant

Jul 29, 2015 - 12 AM

A program that develops science educational materials that use live Tetrahymena, a single-celled protozoan, to address key biology concepts is expanding, thanks to a five-year, $1.25 million grant. <more>


Awards nurture Cornell, N.Y. industry partnerships

Jul 29, 2015 - 12 AM

Center for Advanced Technology awards support Cornell life science faculty and research associates to develop biotechnologies with commercial potential. <more>


Like paper, graphene twists, folds into nanoscale machines

Jul 29, 2015 - 12 AM

Physicists have demonstrated the application of kirigami on 10-micron sheets of graphene, which they can cut, fold and twist. The research could pave the way for some of the smallest machines the world has ever known. <more>