A Cornell research group led by associate professor Jan Lammerding is studying how cancer cells' ability to repair themselves after deformation could lead to new approaches in diagnosis and treatment.
A recent study by two Cornell associate professors finds that the greatest decreases in pollution levels over the last three decades have been enjoyed by high-income areas.
Extensive testing of malarial DNA found in birds, bats and other small mammals from five East African countries revealed that malaria has its roots in bird hosts.
Kip Thorne, founder of Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory, will give a talk on black holes and gravitational waves April 6, at 5 p.m. in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall.
Kathleen Rasmussen, Cornell's Nancy Schlegel Meinig Professor of Maternal and Child Nutrition, won the Macy-György Award at the 18th ISRHML Conference in Stellenbosch, South Africa, March 3-7.
With lead reported in Tompkins County communities and schools, the faculty, students and staff have been asking, 'Is Cornell’s water safe to drink?' Yes, said Chris Bordlemay, the university's water manager.
A team of scientists – led by a Cornell professor of natural resources – will help mountain communities in Asia recalibrate their seasonal-indicator ecological calendars to reckon the effects of climate change.
The best-selling author of Alexander Hamilton spoke to Weill Cornell Medicine students March 1 about his collaboration with Lin-Manuel Miranda on the wildly popular musical.
Students, staff and faculty came together on March at Mann Library to improve the quality of agriculture and life sciences content on Wikipedia.
Now Americans can judge how close they are to falling into poverty, thanks to a new calculator developed by Cornell sociologist Thomas Hirschl and his collaborators. For many, the answer will be they are perilously close.