Adam Levine spoke to a standing-room only crowd in McGraw Hall Nov. 10 as faculty and students joined his American Political Campaigns class for a 2016 election recap.
In a presentation to global leaders battling climate change and feeding a burgeoning world population, Cornell's Dawit Solomon presented food security ideas to stave off the Earth's atmospheric warming.
To help Southside Community Center/Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Well Pet Clinic running into the future, a celebratory fundraiser featuring local artists will take place Nov. 15 at Ithaca's State Theatre.
Indiana University law professor Fred Cate will lecture on Cybersecurity and the Law Nov. 16 in the third and final lecture in a series on cybersecurity hosted by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.
Cornell computer scientists will use a grant from the Air Force to teach robots how to fix problems they encounter by using information they gather.
The Office of Undergraduate Biology's Biology Scholars Program offers mentoring, study groups and guidance to biology majors from underrepresented groups.
A project led by Cornell researchers to better understand soil microbes and their role in the carbon cycle has received a three-year, $3.59 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
A group of Cornell researchers has shown the ability to functionalize cotton fabric with a porous beta-cyclodextrin polymer, which can sequester organic micropollutants in both water and air.
Political scientist Miriam Elman of Syracuse University spoke about rising tensions in Jerusalem in Nov. 3 campus talk, “Jerusalem: Conflict in the Holy City.”
Cornell has lowered its water use restriction to a water use advisory, which means water conservation efforts are now strongly encouraged but not required.