Engineers at Cornell and clinicians at Weill Cornell Medical College have created a comprehensive mouse model of exactly how colorectal tumors behave in real life, not just in a petri dish.
Graduates of the College of Veterinary Medicine will leave Ithaca for numerous locales, including 27 states and Namibia, southwest Africa, to practice medicine.
Prognosis: Enhanced student health and well-being from UHS' major expansion. And one surprise for the outgoing president.
Cornell Tech awarded five student startup companies with $40,000 in pre-seed funding and one year of free co-working office space in its inaugural Startup Awards competition.
Chinelo Onyilofor ’15, a dual major in chemistry and art history who will graduate Saturday, credits the liberal arts with expanding her combine subjective and objective disciplines to solve problems.
A Cornell study of food labels in dining halls shows that when people know the calories and fat content in foods, they lean toward healthier fare.
At the Cornell Institute of Fashion and Fiber Innovation spring symposium May 18, faculty, staff and students demonstrated cutting-edge fiber and material technologies.
Fred Kulhawy, professor emeritus of civil and environmental engineering in the College of Engineering, died May 12 at age 71.
The new Food Safety Assurance course in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offers students practical training an professional certifications that give them an advantage as job applicants.
Ignacio Iggy Saldana '15 will graduate from Cornell this week following a long journey of challenges and growth as a scholar, student and person. He will attend Columbia Law School.