Csaba Csaki and colleagues theorize a possible solution to a longstanding mystery bolstered by the recent discovery of the Higgs boson – a way to preserve the theory of supersymmetry.
Douglas Elmendorf, director of the Congressional Budget Office, focused on shifting priorities in the federal budget in a Sept. 11 campus talk.
Juan Maldacena, is a leading theorist of quantum gravity, string theory and quantum field theory, will deliver the fall 2014 Hans Bethe lecture Sept. 24 on campus.
Participants in Big Red//Hacks Sept. 26-28 will get access to a new smart content search engine in use by startup Speare, founded by Rahul Shah ’16.
A campus panel examined the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Sept. 10.
Ten projects led by Cornell life science researchers received one-year grants.
At the Sept. 10 Faculty Senate meeting, the Climate Neutrality Acceleration Working Group presented its proposal to change the university’s climate neutrality target date to 2035 from 2050.
A community support meeting will take place at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in McManus Lounge, Hollister Hall, following the death of Ephrahim Garcia, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
The Cornell Council for the Arts 2014 Biennial will showcase the work of artists, Cornell researchers and students in installations and events across campus all semester.
"Hot Jupiters," those large, gaseous planets outside our solar system, can make their suns wobble after they wend their way through their own solar systems, says new Cornell research in Science, Sept. 12.