Cornell biology students enjoy a wide range of options for gaining meaningful research skills in the field and the lab -- see a sampling of recent projects below. Students share the results of their research at the annual Cornell Student Symposium and frequently at regional or national conferences.
|Students regularly assist Operation Walk, a medical mission to perform joint replacements in developing countries. Read more||Four students met with health officials in Washington while analyzing the H1N1 flu pandemic response. Read more||Dr. Rich Kraig '71 brings Cornell students to his Chicago lab for cutting edge neuroscience research. Read more|
Ecology & Conservation Biology: Temperate
|Alyssa Borowske earned a Fulbright award for her research on raptors, songbirds, climate change, and more. Read more||Ongoing studies of local ornate box turtles are aimed at protecting the species and its habitat.||Elizabeth Bach won a prestigious McElroy Fellowship for her research on prairies and soils. Read more|
Ecology & Conservation Biology: Tropical
|Students travel to the Bahamas each February to research the morphology and genetics of fire coral. Read more||Marty Condon and students study species diversity and the co-evolution of rainforest plants and insects. Read more|