News

04/08/2014
On April 17, Ngugi wa Thiong'o will share his thoughts in a discussion, “The Barrel of a Pen: Politics and Struggle in African Writing,” at 5 p.m. at the Africana Studies and Research Center, 310 Triphammer Road.
04/08/2014
Cornell archaeologist Kurt Jordan rescues 1700s Iroquoia from the "narrative of despair."
04/08/2014
For more than a decade, Cornell scientists have been developing a groundbreaking new synchrotron X-ray technology called the Energy Recovery Linac. A new X-ray laser on the West Coast is now taking advantage of their developments.
04/07/2014
In her new book Sara Pritchard, associate professor in the Department of Science and Technology Studies, looks at interdisciplinary collaboration on key questions.
04/07/2014
When cartoon spokes-characters for sweetened cereals make eye contact, children respond: "Buy this one, Mom!"
04/07/2014
A multiyear research project to develop methods of identifying covert social networks has been extended with another $629,020.
04/07/2014
The ExxonMobil Foundation has given Cornell $466,555 through its Educational Matching Gifts Program.
04/07/2014
A new course by Shorna Allred, associate professor of natural resources, is helping students study the social impact of flooding at home and abroad.
04/03/2014
The new RNA Sequencing Core housed in the College of Veterinary Medicine will offer its services to researchers across campus.
04/03/2014
Economist James Berry studied previous education reform efforts in India and identified reforms that produce results.