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Cornell Keynotes podcast: Why are bee populations declining around the world?

Concern about honey bees, and the possibility of human extinction, has swept the nation.

In a new episode of the Cornell Keynotes podcast from eCornell, Marina Caillaud, Ph.D., a senior lecturer in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, discusses the …

Gen Meredith, center, associate director of the Cornell Public Health Program, works with colleagues Zoe Wakoff, right, and Katie Lesser, left, in Schurman Hall.

Certificate program bolsters NYS public health workforce

Gen Meredith, center, associate director of the Cornell Public Health Program, works with colleagues Zoe Wakoff,…

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Cornell Keynotes podcast: Current trends in generative AI tech

Each day brings a new headline on artificial intelligence. Which stories should capture our attention and…

Professor Stewart Schwab discusses Robert Katzmann's book "Judging Statutes" at a 2016 Book Talk.

Cornell Keynotes podcast: Are noncompetes really dead?

When the Federal Trade Commission’s recent ruling takes effect in September, noncompete agreements will be over.…

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The Perfect Match: Pairing Beer with Food

Open a restaurant menu and you will often find a specific wine suggested to pair with a particular dish. But what if you prefer a crisp lager over a fruity Riesling? Certain beers pair just as well with food as …

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