Science filmmaker Charles Engelman enlisted Cornell Outdoor Education’s Tree Climbing Institute as a partner to make a film on trees after winning National Geographic’s Expedition Granted 2014.
A new study reveals that white blood cells called eosinophils start a chain reaction that stops the body from launching a chemical attack on parasites.
Venture capitalist Dan Miller '78 asked Cornell students to leverage their degrees in agriculture, engineering and business to become clean tech entrepreneurs in a campus talk Oct. 7.
Nobel economics laureate Robert F. Engle, M.S. ’66, Ph.D. ’69, will give a Sesquicentennial lecture, "The Prospects for Global Financial Stability," Oct. 24.
With the state’s dairy industry tearing through an economic boom, Cornell hosted the second New York State Yogurt and Dairy Summit Oct. 15, featuring Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, Agriculture and about 100 industry and government leaders.
Using instruments aboard the Cassini spacecraft to measure the wobbles of Mimas, a Cornell astronomer has inferred that this moon’s icy surface cloaks either a rocky core or a sloshing sub-surface ocean.
Those unflattering pictures of the opposing candidate, used in attack ads blanketing American media this month, are not merely manipulative. Political partisans really do believe their leaders are better looking, a study shows.
Renowned scholar Claudia Goldin ‘ 67 will address gender equality in the labor market in a Sesquicentennial talk, "A Grand Gender Convergence: Its Last Chapter," Oct. 23.
Two dozen high school science teachers from across the state and beyond attended the Xraise Science Teacher Workshop, hosted at the eXploration station behind Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory.
Scientists have sequenced the house fly genome for the first time, revealing robust immune genes, as one might expect from an insect that thrives in pathogen-rich dung piles and garbage heaps.