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.
Cornell archaeologist Kurt Jordan rescues 1700s Iroquoia from the "narrative of despair."
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.
In her new book Sara Pritchard, associate professor in the Department of Science and Technology Studies, looks at interdisciplinary collaboration on key questions.
When cartoon spokes-characters for sweetened cereals make eye contact, children respond: "Buy this one, Mom!"
A multiyear research project to develop methods of identifying covert social networks has been extended with another $629,020.
The ExxonMobil Foundation has given Cornell $466,555 through its Educational Matching Gifts Program.
A new course by Shorna Allred, associate professor of natural resources, is helping students study the social impact of flooding at home and abroad.
The new RNA Sequencing Core housed in the College of Veterinary Medicine will offer its services to researchers across campus.
Economist James Berry studied previous education reform efforts in India and identified reforms that produce results.