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10/14/2014
International Criminal Court President Sang-Hyun Song spoke on campus Oct. 9 on the need to make genocide, use of child soldiers, and human rights violations unacceptable.
10/14/2014
For exemplary work in planetary science, Cornell astronomy professor Jonathan Lunine will be awarded the prestigious Jean-Dominique Cassini Medal by the European Geosciences Union, the group announced Oct. 13.
10/14/2014
When a community is biodiverse, with many different species, the risk of disease decreases, according to a new study.
10/14/2014
More than 1,550 Cornell students feasted at the ninth annual Harvest Dinner Oct. 9 that featured a cornucopia of autumnal bounty grown near campus and from the surrounding region.
10/14/2014
New research at Cornell shows that engaging areas of the brain linked to such activities as mind-wandering and reminiscing can actually boost performance on some challenging mental tasks.
10/13/2014
For the first time, a team of interdisciplinary researchers have made recordings of neurons associated with visual perception inside the poppy seed-sized brain of a jumping spider.
10/09/2014
A new study finds that teaching adolescents to think more simply and categorically about risks helps them make healthier choices.
10/08/2014
Eric Betzig, M.S. ’85, Ph.D. ’88, and William Moerner, M.S. ’78, Ph.D. ’82, have shared the Nobel Prize in chemistry for groundbreaking achievements in optical microscopy.
10/08/2014
Study shows that most people not only blame the person doing the excluding, but also blame the one who was included by the excluder.