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Around 75 farriers and veterinarians turned out for the first day off the November 8-9 Cornell Farrier Conference. This year is the 30th anniversary of the conference and the 100th anniversary of the opening of the farrier school at Cornell.
Read about the many ways in which the College engages in research, teaching, and service around the concept of One Health.
When canine parvovirus first emerged in 1978, it caused a global pandemic in which hundreds of thousands of dogs are thought to have died. Since then, the virus has occasionally shown up in wild animals, but these were considered a result of small-scale spillovers from dog populations.
Dec 2, 2014 - 8 AM
What Does CUHA Look Like from My Side of the Fence? Referring veterinary panel, moderated by Dr. Richard Hackett. All Veterinary Medicine residents welcome. Coffee and... <more>
Dec 2, 2014 - 12 PM
Chinatsu Mukai, Research Associate, "The "perfect" enzyme, TPI, makes glycolysis imperfect. Lunch provided with sign up - please comtact Sue Williams at 256-5600 or... <more>
Dec 3, 2014 - 4 PM
Emily Manriquez - "Surgical Management of Craniofacial Trauma in a Juvenile Vietnamese Pot Bellied Pig" Matthew Fortin - "Partial Maxillectomy in a Yorkshire Terrier with an... <more>
Nov 26, 2014 - 12 AM
A group students have formed a club dedicated to the engineering side of roller coasters and other amusement park rides, and earned a prize in the first annual Ryerson T.H.R.I.L.L. Invitational Design Competition. <more>
Nov 26, 2014 - 12 AM
Corning Inc. CEO Wendell Weeks said his company has survived and thrived for 163 years by embracing research-based innovation in a campus talk Nov. 17. <more>
Nov 25, 2014 - 12 AM
Sherman Cochran, the Hu Shih Professor of Chinese History Emeritus, presented his case that Hu Shih, Class of 1914, is the greatest Cornelian in a Nov. 20 talk on campus. <more>