Bartels World Affairs Fellow Hans Rosling delivered a lecture on campus Sept. 9 that found hope for the future of the planet in statistics.
The 2014 State of the Birds Report – an assessment of the health of the nation’s birds by some of the country’s leading experts – was released Sept. 9.
The Department of Ecology and Environmental Biology (EEB) will celebrate its 50th year – and the university’s 150th – with a Sesquicentennial Colloquium series in the fall and spring semesters.
An experiment in partnership with Con Edison this summer has shown that consumers might be willing to back off on their demand for electricity if there’s a game of chance involved.
Most of the people bitten by dengue fever-transmitting mosquitoes in four Thai villages weren’t residents, but visitors, a finding that provides new clues about the spread of the dengue virus.
The Cornell Heart, Lung and Blood Resource for Optogenetic Mice (CHROMus) uses light to control and observe cells and study diseases of the heart, lungs, vasculature and blood.
Computer science researchers will use Google Glass to coach wearers on nonverbal behavior, and 3-D scans to create computer images of soft, deformable objects.
The new book by anthropologist Marina Welker is an ethnographic study of the Denver-based Newmont Mining Corp. and its Batu Hijau Copper and Gold Mine in Sumbawa, Indonesia.
The Council of Graduate Schools has approved a Professional Science Master's designation for two programs at Cornell that combine technical and business instruction, in Food Science and Applied Statistics.
A campus workshop (dates) attracted domestic and international participants who learned about health concepts and management strategies.