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06/11/2014
Chemistry faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences have changed the curriculum to offer more options for their students, two-thirds of whom pursue careers that don’t require a graduate degree in chemistry.
06/11/2014
Chemistry faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences have changed the curriculum to offer more options for their students, two-thirds of whom pursue careers that don’t require a graduate degree in chemistry.
06/10/2014
When it hasn't been your day, it might be time to turn to Facebook friends for a little positive reinforcement. According to a new study by social scientists, emotions can spread among users of online social networks.
06/10/2014
Anthropologist Adam T. Smith told alumni during Reunion that the Bronze Age civilizations offer unusual perspectives on the current conflict in Ukraine.
06/10/2014
Cornell’s Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future gives $1.4 million from their Academic Venture Fund to 12 new scientific projects. The awards were culled from a record-setting 49 proposals.
06/10/2014
After 18 months of deliberation, the Committee on Human Spaceflight – co-led by a Cornell professor – issued a report June 4 on whether Earth-bound humans should continue exploring space. The conclusion: Let’s go red.
06/10/2014
The School of Hotel Administration honored the Mariani family, founders of U.S. importer Banfi Vintners, and entrepreneur Sandy Solmon June 3 in New York City.
06/10/2014
Disputed science is at the heart of the latest book by Trevor Pinch, “Golem at Large: What You Should Know About Technology.”
06/09/2014
In collaboration with Verizon Wireless, Cornell engineers are testing a geothermal heat pump system to control the climate of a cellular tower shelter on campus.
06/09/2014
Fourteen Cornell faculty members are contributing columns to The Hill, a widely read policy website in Washington, D.C. Several columns have already appeared, offering faculty an opportunity to influence government decision makers.