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New Research Services Website: Information and Tools to Manage your Cornell Research

Have you found it difficult to navigate Cornell's many sources of information about research and compliance? The Research Division wants to make this easier by modernizing the university’s web resources.

The recently launched Cornell Research Services site provides a central spot for information about doing research at Cornell. Based on faculty feedback, the site is organized around the stages of the research lifecycle, which aligns with similar sites at other large research institutions.

Benefits of the new website include:

  • A single web address to remember
  • Central communication, which reduces duplication
  • Organized by research process stages to clarify information for faculty
  • Search results that can be filtered by office
  •  Quick access to most important web pages, systems, and tools related to research at Cornell

The site consolidates the content previously available on websites for the Center for Animal Resources and Education (CARE), the Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA), the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), and Sponsored Financial Services (SFS). (Those four sites are being retired.) The new site also includes relevant content from Cornell Technology Licensing (CTL) and Environmental Health and Safety and Risk Management (EHS), but those two sites will remain separate.

Questions?

If you have questions or encounter issues using the new site, contact RAIS (Research Administration Information Services) at rais-help@cornell.edu. We’re continuing to update the site and are interested in your ideas.

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