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Cornell University

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Cornell Public Health faculty are convening a series of working meetings with students and researchers from Cornell peer institutions to explore the conditions that allow for emerging communicable diseases.

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In the wake of high-profile killings of unarmed Black people at the hands of both police and civilians, recent months have seen unprecedented numbers of protesters taking to the streets all over the world and demanding racial justice.

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In the wake of high-profile killings of unarmed Black people at the hands of both police and civilians, recent months have seen unprecedented numbers of protesters taking to the streets all over the world and demanding racial justice.

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Indonesia will be among the first nations to initiate a climate-based migration: transitioning its rapidly sinking, flood-prone capital from densely-populated Java to Borneo, one of the richest and most imperiled cultural and biodiversity hotspots on Earth.

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In a biocultural study, researchers from the Center for Conservation Bioacoustics at Cornell's Lab of Ornithology analyze acoustic survey data to pinpoint how bowhead whale seasonal migration patterns are linked to climate change and how recent changes affect Alaskan Arctic whale hunters.

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Mexico-U.S. migration flow is the largest sustained movement of people between any two nations. Existing work focuses on income differentials between the two countries as the main reason underlying migration.