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  • Connecting with Cornell volume 22, issue 1-2 (2009) 

    Unknown author (Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2009)
    In this Issue: Research in Progress - 11 of Cornell' s young faculty talk with the editor about their research, exploring a broad range of topics and explaining how they got hooked on their fields; "Any Person ... Any ...
  • Connecting with Cornell volume 21, issue 1 (2008) 

    Unknown author (Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2008)
    One of Cornell’s greatest assets is its ability to foster an interdisciplinary research culture. That culture is seen at work in this issue of Connecting with Cornell as it spans the 230 miles between the Cornell-Ithaca ...
  • Connecting with Cornell volume 20, issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2007) 

    Unknown author (Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2007)
    In this issue of Connecting with Cornell, researchers reveal much about things that fly. Faculty researchers tell us fascinating stories of their discoveries about how bats walk, how songbirds learn their songs, how ...
  • Connecting with Cornell volume 19, issue 1 (Winter 2006): A Passion for Figuring Things Out 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2006)
    During late spring and summer of 2005, Editor Ernestina Snead talked with five scientists at Cornell about their work--their research and how they approach it; how and why they chose their fields; their passion for their ...
  • Connecting with Cornell volume 18, issue 1 (Fall/Winter 2005): Cornell Research From Basic to Applied 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research, 2005)
    There are few universities anywhere in the world with the research scope of Cornell University. Cornell's record of practical research, a hallmark of the institution as conceived by Ezra Cornell, has served the university ...

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