Four Cornell faculty members are among 213 national and international scholars, artists, philanthropists and business leaders elected new fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech announced April 20 “Immersive Recommendations,” where a user opts in to a tool that translates personal digital traces into content recommendations.
With a record-breaking number of students unveiling their research at the 31st annual Spring Research Forum, hosted by the CURB, the world’s future looks full of solutions.
Sheryl WuDunn ’81 delivered this year’s Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture at Klarman Hall's Groos Family Auditorium April 20.
Two alumni whose influence has been deeply felt in the fields of entertainment and sports were honored with the ILR School’s Groat and Alpern Awards in New York City April 14.
As part of the $5 million Southern Tier Agricultural Industry Enhancement program, Cornell University plans to bring an emerging livestock market, known as stocker beef cattle, to the Southern Tier.
Mike Hoffmann went to Vietnam for the first time in 47 years: On his first tour of duty, he was a 19-year-old U.S. Marine, and for the March 2016 trip, Hoffmann returned as an environmental scientist.
The European Central Bank now seems to be more embroiled in politics than almost any other central bank on the planet, according to Alan S. Blinder, Cornell’s 2016 Henry E. and Nancy Bartels World Affairs Fellow.
Nine faculty-led teams conducting research with undergraduate students have received Undergraduate Engaged Research Programs grants, administered by Engaged Cornell.
The Institute for the Social Sciences is supporting 15 projects and three conferences through its biannual small grant program: $12,000 to investigators for research and $5,000 for conferences.