A Gates Foundation grant is accelerating research on tuberculosis, an "orphan" disease that continues to strike the poor worldwide.
While developed countries have long been blamed for Earth’s rising greenhouse gas emissions, Cornell researchers now predict when developing countries will contribute more to climate change than advanced societies: 2030.
Farmers learned Cornell’s value-added grain trials at the Homer C. Thompson Vegetable Research Farm in Freeville July 1.
Rodney Dietert, professor of immunotoxicology at the College of Veterinary Medicine, teaches futures scientists tools to relax and access creativity.
Peter Gierasch, Cornell professor of astronomy, has been awarded astronomy’s prestigious Gerard P. Kuiper Prize by the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society on July 2.
The Arecibo Observatory has captured one of the most fleeting, mysterious and rare deep-space events – a so-called “fast radio burst” that lasted a mere three one-thousandths of a second, report Cornell astronomers July 10.
Hundreds of New York state high school students came to campus to explore college and specific fields at Cornell Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Career Explorations conference July 1-3.
A new study by Cornell neuroscientist Adam Anderson finds that the human brain turns feelings into a "standard code" across senses and situations.
Experts are at Cornell July 7-18 for training in World Health Organization procedures to inform WHO’s recommendations for nutrition and public health policy.
The dramatic increase in earthquakes in central Oklahoma since 2009 is likely attributable to subsurface wastewater injection at a handful of wastewater disposal wells, finds a study published in the journal Science July 3.