Tiny spaces in a gel of clay mixed with seawater may have protected and enhanced the evolution of early biomolecules.
Weeds, those unwanted, unloved and annoying invasive plants that farmers and gardeners hate amid their plantings, are expanding to northern latitudes, thanks to rising temperatures.
As diners belly-up to a buffet, food order matters. When healthy foods are offered first, eaters are less likely to desire the higher calorie dishes later in the line, says a new Cornell behavioral study in the online journal PLOS One.
The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise will lead a $2.3 million effort to improve economic links to marine ecosystems.
A $25 million National Science Foundation award will fund a Science and Technology Center aimed at transforming the field of structural biology, including drug development, using X-ray lasers.
Cornell engineers are helping humans and robots work together to find the best way to do a job, an approach called “coactive learning.”
A memorial symposium to celebrate Nobel laureate Ken Wilson’s scientific achievements will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall, beginning at 9 a.m.
Robert Costa, the National Review’s Washington editor and CNBC political analyst, explained his unconventional reporting methods in a talk Nov. 4.
Fabiola Gianotti, a CERN physicist involved in the discover of the Higgs boson particle, will deliver the Hans Bethe Lecture Nov. 13 on campus.
Wendy Strobel Gower, director of the Northeast Americans with Disabilities Act Center at the ILR School's Employment and Disability Institute, says some polling places are inaccessible.