For dogs, simple joys of playing in water can lead to illness and even fatal poisoning when harmful algae blooms muck up the water.
A newly published examination of reasons for female academics’ ongoing underrepresentation in math-intensive fields analyzes a very long list of purported culprits – before coming to a surprising conclusion.
A proposal for research to detect racial bias in the research peer review process has earned a second-place prize from the National Institutes of Health’s Center for Scientific Review for two College of Human Ecology faculty members.
Wildlife veterinarian Elizabeth Bunting is leading a team to save the lives of the eastern hellbender – a freshwater salamander that can grow to more than two feet long.
Cornell’s Translational Research Institute for Pain in Later Life has received a five-year, $1.95 million renewal grant from the National Institute on Aging.
Harvard economist Claudia Goldin '67 laid out ways to end the gender disparity in wages between women and men in a campus talk Oct. 24.
Continuing an effort to reduce its carbon footprint, Cornell University is proposing a 10-acre solar farm on university property in the town of Seneca, New York, where the university conducts agricultural research.
Cornell researchers have set out to identify factors that may motivate Americans to mobilize for grassroots action on climate change.
New research by the ILR School finds that a politically correct work environment leads to greater creativity among in male-female teams.
Environmental advocate, journalist and A.D. White Professor-at-Large Andrew Revkin talked with students at William Keeton House Oct. 30.