Francis Moon, the Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering Emeritus, has published his ninth book, "Social Networks in the History of Innovation and Invention."
Now you don’t see it. Now, you do. Astronomers have discovered a bright, mysterious geologic object – where one never existed – on Cassini mission radar images from Titan, a moon of Saturn.
Better understanding of mosquito seminal fluid proteins – transferred from males to females during mating – may hold keys to controlling the Asian tiger mosquito, which transmits deadly diseases.
Computer scientist David Steurer has been awarded a Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship to support research to find the "laws of efficient computation," which might lead to a new way to solve many very hard problems.
A new study finds that neighborhood poverty rather than family poverty contributes to obesity among poor and minority children.
A Cornell study offers clues to a little known area of research: how Western diets, which have driven an epidemic of obesity and metabolic syndrome, increase mortality in humans.
Youthful participation in competitive sports predicts winners in the competition for better jobs.
John Abowd, the Edmund Ezra Day Professor of Economics, will receive the Roger Herriot Award from the American Statistical Association in August for his work with federal data.
A symposium celebrating the mathematical legacy of the late Bill Thurston, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Mathematics and winner of the Fields Medal, will take place June 23-27.
The growth of Cornell Tech over the next few years will be exciting to watch and in many ways similar to what we see on the Ithaca campus, but with a novel approach, a Reunion audience was told June 7.