Researchers have developed a brain-machine interface that adjusts the anesthetic infusion rate to control the level of brain activation in a medically induced coma.
Sun-Uk Kim, president of Ewha Womans University in South Korea, delivered the Law School's Clarke Lecture Oct. 21 and also signed a memorandum of understanding with Cornell.
Cornell physicists have posited a theory for why scientific theories work – a meta theory.
A new study debunks long-held assumptions about a pivotal protein in the production of steroids, which could open the door for better diagnosis and treatment of steroid hormone disorders.
A new paper that analyzes the debt-to-income ratio of new physicians and questions whether a medical education will remain desirable.
More than 150 people, including many students, helped make hygiene kits to ship to girls around the world by the organization Day for Girls. Eight students organized the event.
If Supreme Court justices are "human actors," pivotal swing justices in 5-4 decisions are the most human of all, political scientists at Cornell and University of Maryland say.
Cornell received three grants, one for $3.5 million, to collect data on the biology of the Great Lakes, information that continues long-term datasets and provides current measures for researchers, fishery managers and policy makers.
Some people are genetically predisposed to see the world darkly, according to a study from the laboratory of a researcher now on the faculty of Cornell’s College of Human Ecology.
While only 11 percent of parents thought their child had experienced being cyberbullying, 30 percent of the children said they had.