For 25 years the CLEO experiment at the Cornell Electron
Storage Ring (CESR) was at the forefront of B-physics. During this time cutting
edge results in charm physics were also produced - including the discovery of
the Ds+, searches for charm mixing, and the study of charm meson dynamics.
Recently, CLEO and CESR have been modified to run at charm production threshold.
The CLEO-c research program includes studies of leptonic, semileptonic and
hadronic charm decays, searches for exotic and gluonic matter, and test for
physics beyond the Standard Model. Results from CLEO-c will improve our
knowledge of the CKM matrix and extend the physics reach of the B-factories and
the Tevatron. A survey of recent results from CLEO-c will be presented.