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Barn Swallow Behavior Shift May Be Evolutionary

Mar 16, 2017

A new population of barn swallows near Buenos Aires, established only about 30 years ago, has adapted both its migration cycle and its breeding cycle in a dramatically short time.

Biology scholar Hendryck Gellineau ’19 works in a chemistry lab in Baker Hall.

Biology scholars diversify grad-school landscape

Dec 2, 2016

BSP, which started in 2006, accepts about 35 freshmen each year. Of the 120 biology scholar graduates from 2010 to 2016, 91 percent of those who applied to medical school have been admitted, 19 are in Ph.D. programs and three are enrolled in M.D./Ph.D. programs.

Professor Ron Harris-Warrick

Biology Finds Success in Active Learning Courses

Nov 8, 2016

Three faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences shared their experiences of transforming their classrooms from traditional lectures to active learning spaces at an Oct. 25 workshop.

Chris Fromme

Chris Fromme '99 awarded Guggenheim fellowship

Apr 11, 2016

Chris Fromme '99, an associate professor in the Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology and the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, has received a Guggenheim fellowship.

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Rawlings Scholars display an array of research

May 7, 2015

Examining social movements to Facebook addiction, more than 50 graduating seniors showcased their research prowess at the 2015 Senior Expo for the Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholars.

Titan Arum Bloom in greenhouse

Another big stink coming with titan arum bloom

Apr 23, 2015

Wee Stinky’s sibling, one of the original four titan arums in Cornell’s collection since 2002, now is pushing its flower up from beneath the soil and is expected to bloom in June.

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