Nearly one in five nursing home residents in 10 facilities across New York state were involved in at least one aggressive encounter with fellow residents during the four weeks prior to a study by researchers at Cornell and Weill Cornell.
At the Conference on the Histories of Capitalism on campus Nov. 7, Harvard sociologist Orlando Patterson said the U.S. is devolving into a plutocracy due to disengaged voters.
Peering deep into time with one of the world’s newest, most sophisticated telescopes, astronomers have found a galaxy that gives birth annually to 500 times the number of suns as the Milky Way galaxy produces.
Judge William A. Fletcher of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit told a Law School audience Nov. 4 that the death penalty does not work.
A new study from the College of Veterinary Medicine finds that many wild carnivores carry the canine parvovirus.
A Cornell study finds that toddlers notice subtle social clues to figure out what actions of others may be socially or culturally important, then preferentially share this information with others.
A person’s genes can shape the types of microbes that reside in the human gut independent of the environment a person lives in, according to a Cornell-led study.
Three former presidents of the Latin American Studies Association will join current LASA president Debra Castillo at a symposium on campus Nov. 8.
Following a multimillion-dollar makeover, the Barton Laboratory Greenhouse was dedicated Oct. 30 at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York.
ZYMtronix, a startup company with roots in Cornell-developed technology and operating in Cornell’s McGovern Center for business development, has signed an agreement with Codexis, a major producer of pharmaceutical enzymes.