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  • An art history professor ponders the legacy of an iconic image depicting the horrors of the transatlantic slave trade

  • After her family escaped anti-Sikh violence, Gunisha Kaur ’06, MD ’10, dedicated her career to protecting the health of refugees worldwide

  • Cornell’s academic press publishes a chronicle of John Cleese’s visits to the Hill

  • A pioneer in the digital fabrication movement, MIT professor Neil Gershenfeld, PhD ’90, believes that fab-lab technology will change the world

  • In the ag equivalent of an annual physical, a busy CALS lab offers comprehensive check-ups for an essential resource: soil

  • For a physiology professor long fascinated by astronauts, working on the NASA Twins Study has been a ‘dream come true’—despite some zany media coverage

  • CAM explores Commencement’s 150-year history—and offers a behind-the-scenes peek at what it takes to host Cornell’s biggest annual celebration

  • Food science’s state-of-the-art Sensory Evaluation Center helps academia and industry unlock the secrets of flavor

  • With the hiring of a former Vatican translator, Cornell has become a leader in an unlikely field in the modern age: spoken Latin

  • How a now-infamous prank sparked pumpkin mania

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