A community support meeting will take place at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in McManus Lounge, Hollister Hall, following the death of Ephrahim Garcia, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
The Cornell Council for the Arts 2014 Biennial will showcase the work of artists, Cornell researchers and students in installations and events across campus all semester.
"Hot Jupiters," those large, gaseous planets outside our solar system, can make their suns wobble after they wend their way through their own solar systems, says new Cornell research in Science, Sept. 12.
For massive open online courses, or MOOCs, that help dieticians and nutritionists around the world understand the latest research, course completion rates more than double that of normal MOOC fare.
Cornell cancer researchers meet with cancer patients monthly on campus to get share information and gather input on ways to help patients.
Games created by students in the Game Design Initiative at Cornell are winning attention in national game showcases.
Using an interferometer, Michal Lipson and colleagues have demonstrated an effective magnetic field for light.
Bartels World Affairs Fellow Hans Rosling delivered a lecture on campus Sept. 9 that found hope for the future of the planet in statistics.
The 2014 State of the Birds Report – an assessment of the health of the nation’s birds by some of the country’s leading experts – was released Sept. 9.
The Department of Ecology and Environmental Biology (EEB) will celebrate its 50th year – and the university’s 150th – with a Sesquicentennial Colloquium series in the fall and spring semesters.