News

04/01/2014
A Cornell-developed technology for preparing proteins for X-ray crystallography has made its way into the world marketplace through a licensing agreement with ADC Inc. of Lansing, N.Y.
04/01/2014
A Cornell-developed technology for preparing proteins for X-ray crystallography has made its way into the world marketplace through a licensing agreement with ADC Inc. of Lansing, N.Y.
04/01/2014
A $10 million grant from the National Institutes of Health has established a new Center for Reproductive Genomics that will connect reproductive scientists across Cornell.
04/01/2014
A $10 million grant from the National Institutes of Health has established a new Center for Reproductive Genomics that will connect reproductive scientists across Cornell.
04/01/2014
Professor of Government Suzanne Mettler had several culprits in mind when she wrote “Degrees of Inequality: How the Politics of Higher Education Sabotaged the American Dream."
03/31/2014
A course developed by Angela Gonzales, associate professor of development sociology, connects her 15 students with nonprofit organizations on the Hopi Reservation in northeastern Arizona, to work collaboratively on projects that address community needs.
03/31/2014
Paging Nora Ephron: Where Harry met Sally matters more than when, 62 couples tell sociologists.
03/28/2014
Two Cornell experts in food and childhood obesity presented their findings related to how small changes in school lunchrooms can nudge kids to choose healthier foods at a press conference March 26 at the Hall of the States in Washington, D.C.
03/27/2014
The 17th annual Bits On Our Minds exhibition shows off student computing projects from games to robotics, as faculty and potential employers look on with interest.
03/27/2014
The library has acquired more than 100 items from the latter half of the 19th and the 20th centuries; items include sashes and fabrics printed with presidential portraits and scarves that were souvenirs from World Fairs.