With a new smartphone device, you can now take an accurate iPhone camera selfie that could save your life – it reads your cholesterol level in about a minute.
With the current, extended Farm Bill set to expire Dec. 31, Washington-based journalists met Dec. 5 with Farm Bill and dairy expert Andy Novakovic, professor in Cornell’s Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, to discuss the legislative possibilities.
Tatiana Homonoff, assistant professor of policy analysis and management, won the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation in Government Finance and Taxation award for her dissertation scholarship.
New research reveals how proteins from bacteria tails may lead to inflammation when they come in contact with gut lining cells.
As disciplines, art and science may seem worlds apart, but a Cornell course bridges the two by using microbiologist Ruth Ley's research as inspiration.
Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, spoke on campus Oct. 22 about the need for greater use of nonpolluting sources of energy.
Forty Cornellians helped plant trees and remove debris Nov. 9 in Breezy Point, Queens, N.Y., where residents are still recovering from the impacts of last year’s Hurricane Sandy.
Older children, interestingly, are more likely, not less likely, than younger children to faithfully imitate actions unnecessary to a task at hand, reports Cornell research.
Food labeling - like "Contains irradiated ingredients" - should explain what warnings mean, Cornell economists recommend.
Thousands and thousands of documents: the Library of Congress has received 1,705 boxes of the Seth MacFarlane Collection of the Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan Archive for all of posterity to sift.