"Brothers in Arms," a new book by Cornell's Andrew Mertha, documents Maoist China’s secretive relationship with the ruthless Pol Pot regime, 1977-1979.
Cornell sociologists Kim Weeden and Stephen Morgan have founded a new journal, Sociological Science, that aims to speed the peer-review process.
Literally digging up the dirt, Cornell researchers have found that burgeoning deer populations forever alters a forest’s natural future by disrupting the soil’s seed banks.
Cornell University Library's Human Sexuality Collection celebrates its 25th anniversary with a series of events in March.
A new study shows that the off season can produce a second harvest ongoing work will refine fertilization guidelines to boost crop production with minimizing risk of soil loss and nitrogen leaching.
Two neuroscience graduate students have created regular cross-campus events at which to share and discuss varied research in their field.
Cornell students examined Philadelphia’s Center City to disentangle traffic and create a sustainable, sociable economy for the city decades into the future. In a design competition, it won first place.
Two studies in the current issue of the International Journal of Wine Business Research point to service in winery tasting rooms being the most important factor in boosting wine sales at wineries.
In his first work of fiction, Shimon Edelman, professor of psychology, has published his first fiction e-book. “Beginnings” is an eclectic collection of narratives, poems and essays.
The zone of overlap between two popular, closely related backyard birds is moving northward at a rate that matches warming winter temperatures, a new study finds.