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.
A professor of marketing and a Cornell dean who is also a food microbiologist and will be honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
In the fight to protect the environment, achieve food security and promote sustainable development, agricultural scientists advocate for new and improved soil research models that accurately forecast climate change.
A self-reinforcing cycle connecting depleted soils and rural farmers may be one answer why Sub-Saharan Africa is home to most of the world's extreme poor, say Cornell researchers.
David Lifka, director of the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing, has been named interim vice president for information technology and CIO to replace Ted Dodds, who will leave Cornell Dec. 6.
A new method that allows geoscientists to tease out the exact inputs from three different sources, with implications for modeling and predicting climate change.
In research that could have implications in the business world, experts found that firefighter platoons who eat meals together have better group job performance compared to firefighters who dine solo.
John Hale's study, “Modeling fMRI time courses with linguistic structure at various grain sizes,” examines how the individual words of Lewis Carroll's famous tale come together to yield an understanding of each sentence.
Cornell Tech and the College of Engineering have announced a new Master of Engineering degree in Operations Research and Information Engineering based at the tech campus in New York City.
Cornell researchers will travel to Paris as part of the university's delegation to the global climate change summit, COP21. Delegations from over 190 countries and more than 50,000 people will attend.