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03/27/2014
The library has acquired more than 100 items from the latter half of the 19th and the 20th centuries; items include sashes and fabrics printed with presidential portraits and scarves that were souvenirs from World Fairs.
03/27/2014
Two Cornell faculty and one new hire who will join the faculty this July have been named Sloan Research Fellows.
03/27/2014
'Cyberasociality' (inability or unwillingness to relate to others via social media) is the new dyslexia, sociologists say: a kind of online motion sickness.
03/27/2014
Cornell's three-wheeled vehicle shows what it would be like to ride a bike in zero gravity and offers insights into the design of narrow, leaning vehicles proposed to ease traffic congestion.
03/27/2014
A permanent exhibit of simple black silhouettes of North and South American birds now graces the white north wall of the visitor’s center at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
03/27/2014
Soda taxes and beverage portion size restrictions were unpalatable to the 1,319 U.S. adults questioned in a 2012 survey as part of a study reported online March 10 in the journal Preventive Medicine.
03/26/2014
Cornell researchers have discovered five new species of a group of bacteria called Listeria – including one named for Cornell, providing new insights that could lead to better ways to detect the soil bacteria in food.
03/25/2014
Najla Al-Sweel, Ph.D. candidate in molecular biology and genetics, believes she may have found the "missing link" that makes DNA replication work.
03/25/2014
Najla Al-Sweel, Ph.D. candidate in molecular biology and genetics, believes she may have found the "missing link" that makes DNA replication work.
03/25/2014
The 2013 Dean’s Fellow in the history of home economics in the College of Human Ecology gave an account of Flemmie Kittrell’s life March 20. Kittrell was the first African-American woman in the country to earn a Ph.D. in nutrition.