News

09/25/2014
The take away for Brian Wansink's latest book, "Thin by Design": Mindful eating, whatever that is, is next to impossible. Don’t strain your brain.
09/25/2014
Cornell's Department of Computer Science will celebrate its 50th year with a series of events Sept. 30-Oct. 2, with many alumni attending.
09/25/2014
Hunting from a distance of 27,000 light years, astronomers have discovered an unusual carbon molecule in space, which suggests that the complex molecules needed for life may have their origins in interstellar space.
09/25/2014
Michael Wagner ’86, a wealth management adviser for National Football League coaches and high-profile professional athletes, offered tips on "how to create your own good luck," Sept. 20 on campus.
09/25/2014
Michael Wagner ’86, a wealth management adviser for National Football League coaches and high-profile professional athletes, offered tips on "how to create your own good luck," Sept. 20 on campus.
09/25/2014
Cornell economic research shows that lawfully solo-driver hybrids cars are clogging California's carpool lanes on Interstate highways, which defeats the purpose of those lanes.
09/24/2014
Veterans' rights activist Gus Kappler ’61, M.D. ’65, spoke on campus Sept. 23 about his experiences as a surgeon in Vietnam and ongoing poor treatment of U.S. veterans.
09/24/2014
Relay teams hope to squash their competition at the first Big Red Pumpkin Regatta on Beebe Lake Saturday, Oct. 4. It is hosted by a graduate student group Cornell Flotilla.
09/24/2014
An MBA student who attended the People’s Climate March asserts that business is the largest catalyst for change, when it comes to transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy.
09/24/2014
Historian Edward Baptist provides an account of slavery's role in America becoming a global superpower in his new book, "The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism."