Vitousek Tree Swallow study: Brief stressors have long-term effects
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Mollusk collection moves to PRI, internetRenowned naturalist Wesley Newcomb scoured the Hawaiian Islands in the 1850s in search of living treasure: land snails and their intricate, domed shells.
Zamudio one of eight faculty honored with Weiss teaching awardsCornell has recognized eight faculty members for excellence in their teaching of undergraduate students and contributions to undergraduate education.
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Natural History Collections house untold stories and a wealth of irreplaceable information. Watch how Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates (CUMV) undergrad, Matthew Lin walks us through the process of clearing and staining -- a technique that allows researchers to explore the mechanics and beauty of vertebrate form and function. Click on the photo below or follow this link; learn about this, and other techniques used by EEB research interns at CUMV.