International Criminal Court President Sang-Hyun Song spoke on campus Oct. 9 on the need to make genocide, use of child soldiers, and human rights violations unacceptable.
For exemplary work in planetary science, Cornell astronomy professor Jonathan Lunine will be awarded the prestigious Jean-Dominique Cassini Medal by the European Geosciences Union, the group announced Oct. 13.
When a community is biodiverse, with many different species, the risk of disease decreases, according to a new study.
More than 1,550 Cornell students feasted at the ninth annual Harvest Dinner Oct. 9 that featured a cornucopia of autumnal bounty grown near campus and from the surrounding region.
New research at Cornell shows that engaging areas of the brain linked to such activities as mind-wandering and reminiscing can actually boost performance on some challenging mental tasks.
For the first time, a team of interdisciplinary researchers have made recordings of neurons associated with visual perception inside the poppy seed-sized brain of a jumping spider.
A new study finds that teaching adolescents to think more simply and categorically about risks helps them make healthier choices.
Taking sides in the soda tax debate
Eric Betzig, M.S. ’85, Ph.D. ’88, and William Moerner, M.S. ’78, Ph.D. ’82, have shared the Nobel Prize in chemistry for groundbreaking achievements in optical microscopy.
Study shows that most people not only blame the person doing the excluding, but also blame the one who was included by the excluder.