News

10/07/2014
María Pacheco, M.P.S. ’90, a Fulbright scholar, consultant to the United Nations Foundation, founded Wakami, a company changing the way craftspeople enter the international market.
10/06/2014
Chris Xu, professor of applied and engineering physics, joined other academics and industry leaders at the White House Sept. 30 for a conference celebrating progress on the BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative.
10/06/2014
Cornell researchers have uncovered details of how the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus enters host cells, findings that offer possible new avenues for treatment.
10/03/2014
Jerrold Meinwald, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, has received the National Medal of Science in chemistry, the national highest honor for scientists and engineers.
10/02/2014
A panel of Cornell computer science veterans recalled what it was like to pioneer a new discipline, and predicted new things to come.
10/02/2014
Envisioning an increasingly diverse America causes anxiety for a lot of white people, except, that is, whites with a defined “purpose in life,” a Cornell-Carleton University psychology study has found.
10/02/2014
An ILR School study finds that speaking accents affect an individual's evaluation and impact perceptions of competence.
10/02/2014
International financial crises are altering "American Power," Jonathan Kirshner claims in his most recent book.
10/02/2014
Cornell computing researchers have come up with a new principle they call "data smashing" for estimating the similarities between streams of arbitrary data without human intervention, and without access to the data sources.
10/02/2014
From higher education’s affordability problem, to the meaningfulness of student service trips abroad, to a balanced view of Washington politics, Bill Gates, visiting campus for the first time in a decade, touched on a little of everything during a public Q&A.