The Sloan Program in Health Administration hosted its first Visit Day in November to reach out to a broad spectrum of potential students.
Forest City Ratner Cos. announced Jan. 23 that Two Sigma Investments, a tech and investment firm, is the first company to be selected to locate at The Bridge at Cornell Tech.
Plant chemical defense systems keep pests moving to new plants in dense populations, thereby distributing damage evenly and leaving minimal damage on each plant in a field, a recent study finds.
After Pope Francis framed climate change as a moral issue in his second encyclical, conservative Republicans shifted and began to agree, according to a new Cornell study.
A gene essential for making blood vessels in embryos can successfully transform amniotic cells into therapeutic blood vessel cells, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine.
New research from Weill Cornell Medicine provides insights into why the brain is so reliant on sugar to function.
Cornell engineers hope that clean water runs deep. They have developed a new way to test for more micropollutants in lakes and rivers that vastly outperforms conventional methods.
Using a chemical toolset it developed, a Cornell group reports the ability to track a single protein's response to a chemical, which has implications in the emerging field of precision medicine.
Edward Buckler, United States Department of Agriculture and Cornell plant geneticist, has received the inaugural 2017 National Academy of Sciences Prize in Food and Agriculture Sciences.
Cornell’s Public Voices Thought Leadership Fellowship Program seeks to increase the public impact of top underrepresented thinkers in the U.S. and to help them contribute to public conversations.