Scientists at Cornell’s Baker Institute for Animal Health have developed a device that helps diagnose stroke in less than 10 minutes using a drop of blood barely big enough to moisten your fingertip.
A virologist at the College of Veterinary Medicine urges dog owners to take advantage of a new vaccine to protect against H3N2.
An experimental chemotherapy kills leukemia cells that are abundant in proteins critical to cancer growth, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine.
A new Cornell study finds that students' exposure to a duty-to-bargain law while in elementary and secondary school lowers their future earnings and leads to fewer hours worked.
No matter how neglected the child, there’s still hope – at least for prairie voles. That’s the message of a new study from a Cornell psychologist that could have implications for human well-being.
The biggest food challenge today is not hunger but nutritional deficiency. That’s the conclusion of Cornell food security experts who spoke at the National Press Club Nov. 23.
Some liquids thicken when you apply a force. An experiment by Cornell physicists explains why, and how the effect can be controlled.
Cornell researchers investigating why HA treatments have produced mixed results discovered that a molecule, lubricin, helps anchor HA at the tissue surface, which helps to move cartilage into a low-friction regime.
Our New View of Pluto, a presentation by two scientists on the New Horizons mission, is set for Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Schwartz Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Benjamin Van Doren ’16 is the winner of a 2016 Marshall Scholarship, which provides funds for up to 40 U.S. students to pursue two years of graduate study at an institution in the United Kingdom.