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12/08/2014
A new book edited by Cornell psychologist Robert Sternberg, “Ethical Challenges in the Brain and Behavioral Sciences: Case Studies and Commentaries," offers real-world case studies.
12/08/2014
Making a stride toward reducing carbon emission, Cornell has agreed to purchase all electricity generated by the proposed Black Oak Wind Farm in Enfield, New York, a project which is pending municipal approvals.
12/04/2014
New research from Cornell University’s Institute for Pale Blue Dots shows where – and when – infant Earths are most likely to be found.
12/04/2014
Young people leave upstate New York at typical rates, but the rate of young people moving here is extraordinarily low. A panel discussion Dec. 2 looked at ways to change that scenario.
12/04/2014
Young people leave upstate New York at typical rates, but the rate of young people moving here is extraordinarily low. A panel discussion Dec. 2 looked at ways to change that scenario.
12/04/2014
New ILR School research finds that "interpersonally sensitive behavior" in mixed-gender workplace teams produces better results.
12/04/2014
Institute for the Social Sciences grants support several faculty research projects in human development, government, communication, engineering and anthropology.
12/04/2014
Juvenile offenders sentenced to life without parole in the state of South Carolina recently won the right to new sentencing hearings, thanks to Cornell Law School efforts.
12/04/2014
The creation of a degree program called Healthier Life, designed to connect health care professionals and technologists, was announced Dec. 4 at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech.
12/04/2014
New evidence suggests some plants are evolving tolerance to being eaten by deer.

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