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11/13/2014
Astronomy graduate students Andy Bohn, François Hébert and William Throwe contributed to the visualization of black holes in the new movie "Interstellar."
11/13/2014
Two scientists, an atheist and a Christian, talked about what makes humans human in a Nov. 12 event attended by more than 500 undergraduates.
11/12/2014
If you’re dreaming of a white Thanksgiving, dream on. For winter-hardened places like Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit, the chance of measurable snow on the ground for Thanksgiving is practically nil.
11/12/2014
When plants develop mutually beneficial relationships with animals, mainly insects, those plant families become more diverse (evolve into more species) over time, says a new study.
11/12/2014
When plants develop mutually beneficial relationships with animals, mainly insects, those plant families become more diverse (evolve into more species) over time, says a new study.
11/12/2014
Public health, policy, government and trade experts discussed Ebola's social and economic impacts on affected countries in Africa at a Nov. 10 roundtable on campus.
11/12/2014
Mathematical Explorations, a new class by Steve Strogatz, brings math alive through engaged learning techniques.
11/11/2014
Donna Nevel, a Jewish-American anti-Islamophobia activist in New York City, discussed her work in a campus talk Nov. 6.
11/11/2014
When it comes to social support, it isn’t what you talk about that matters, but whom you talk to.
11/11/2014
Cornell researchers have uncovered the mechanism for how tiger beetles know when to open and close their mouths when pursuing prey.

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