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Title: Annual Report 2001 - Research at Cornell
Keywords: Cornell University
Vice Provost
Research
Annual Report
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: Cornell University Office of the Vice Provost for Research
Abstract: The Cornell faculty is a remarkable group of people. During the past year they have continued to express their innovative dreams in proposals that address an astonishing variety of fields in the natural and social sciences. We, at Cornell, have invented hybrid studies that cross the traditional boundaries of several sciences. At the same time, we have advanced knowledge in specific disciplines with marked achievements. A summary of all that has been achieved cannot be efficiently presented here. Nevertheless, we offer selected examples. Cornell research is always a work in progress. Each year is more progressive than the preceding year. And sometimes, at Cornell, there are advances that move the leading edge further out, creating a new benchmark.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/8244
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