Deadly fish virus now found in all Great Lakes
A deadly fish virus - viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus - first discovered in the Northeast in 2005, has been found for the first time in Lake Superior. The virus is now in all of the Great Lakes.
Climate change threatens our inner and outer lives
Citizen Science director Janis Dickinson discusses why many people are in denial when it comes to climate change.
Fly fishers federation honors Clifford Kraft
The Federation of Fly Fishers has awarded Clifford Kraft, associate professor of natural resources, its Aldo Leopold Award 'for outstanding contributions to fisheries and land ecology.'
Grad students stress need for environmental research
An innovative Cornell program may offer a model for interdisciplinary environmental research in an academic system where research across departments is challenging at best, according to a recent paper.
Gardens bring military families together
Cornell is helping the military plant Defiant Gardens to give military families a way to connect with each other, with civilians and with their deployed parent or spouse.
CUAES helps keep New York's waters clean
Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has a wide range of researchers working on water issues to make sure New York state continues to have plenty of clean water to offer.
Sea Grant funds five Cornell projects for 2009-10
New York Sea Grant has awarded five projects a total of $1.1 million in research funding to study PCBs, lake invaders and more.
Alumni Association centennial showcases CALS research and facilities
On April 18, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Alumni Association celebrated its centennial at “CALS: Making a World of Difference,” a campus event that featured panel discussions with faculty experts, tours of CALS facilities, and a networking lunch.
Deadly pest threatens hemlock trees in region
Cornell natural-areas staff spotted small fluffy white sacs along the base of the needle on an eastern hemlock: telltale signs that a devastating pest had invaded Cornell's hemlocks for the first time.