News

09/09/2014
Most of the people bitten by dengue fever-transmitting mosquitoes in four Thai villages weren’t residents, but visitors, a finding that provides new clues about the spread of the dengue virus.
09/09/2014
The Cornell Heart, Lung and Blood Resource for Optogenetic Mice (CHROMus) uses light to control and observe cells and study diseases of the heart, lungs, vasculature and blood.
09/09/2014
Computer science researchers will use Google Glass to coach wearers on nonverbal behavior, and 3-D scans to create computer images of soft, deformable objects.
09/08/2014
The new book by anthropologist Marina Welker is an ethnographic study of the Denver-based Newmont Mining Corp. and its Batu Hijau Copper and Gold Mine in Sumbawa, Indonesia.
09/08/2014
The Council of Graduate Schools has approved a Professional Science Master's designation for two programs at Cornell that combine technical and business instruction, in Food Science and Applied Statistics.
09/08/2014
A campus workshop (dates) attracted domestic and international participants who learned about health concepts and management strategies.
09/08/2014
A new book co-authored by Shanjun Li is a practical guide for policymakers to set energy taxes that reflect the real costs of energy use.
09/04/2014
Students from a spring Gender Archaeology class joined instructors Lauren and Chris Monroe along with Israeli students and faculty at a new dig site in Israel over the summer.
09/04/2014
The Cornell Institute for Food Systems Industry Partnership Program offers a new public-private partnership that brings together Cornell’s food science faculty and staff with industry scientists, engineers and leaders.
09/04/2014
A tradition of cosmology research on campus has given birth to a vigorous effort by a new generation of cosmologists to understand the thermal radiation left over from the Big Bang.