News

04/17/2014
As the global importance for a low-carbon economy grows urgent, Cornell has posted its most aggressive carbon-reduction strategy to date: the Cornell Climate Action Plan Update and Roadmap 2014-15.
04/17/2014
For the first time, Cornell students can spend a semester abroad in Cuba, conducting research in the life sciences and taking courses at the University of Havana beginning this August.
04/17/2014
Katharine (Kat) Leigh '15, a biology major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has received a 2014 Morris K. Udall Scholarship.
04/17/2014
Katharine (Kat) Leigh '15, a biology major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, has received a 2014 Morris K. Udall Scholarship.
04/17/2014
An optical camera system integrated with Cornell-developed fluorescent nanoparticles called C dots is being used in a second FDA clinical trial.
04/17/2014
Researchers have shown how to switch a particular transition metal oxide from a metal to an insulator by making the material less than a nanometer thick.
04/17/2014
Conservative political commentator and psychiatrist Charles Krauthammer put forth opinions on Obamacare and bioethics on campus April 16.
04/16/2014
The Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs surveyed students in 11 Oregon schools following the banning of chocolate milk.
04/16/2014
The Expanding Your Horizons Conference April 12 brought middle school girls to campus to be exposed to science and math careers.
04/16/2014
To help solve the world’s significant environmental problems, Cornell’s David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future announces new Atkinson Postdoctoral Fellowships.