New research from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City and Qatar finds that indigenous Arabs descended of humans who migrated out of Africa before others continued on to colonize Europe and Asia.
A Cornell-led international team has launched a set of open-access genomic resources that will accelerate the ability of rice geneticists and breeders to link genes to important traits in rice.
A Cornell team led by Lynden Archer, head of the Department of Chemical and Bimolecular Engineering, has engineered a lithium metal battery based on crosslinked hairy nanoparticles.
A Cornell study explored how a noisy, disorganized environment influences how much women eat. The combination of stress and a messy environment leads to more snacking and increased calories consumed.
A new immersion program will prepare Johnson MBA students and MPS students in the Department of Information Science in the Digital Technology Immersion program for real-world interdisciplinary work.
Scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine and at the American Museum of Natural History have assembled the first complete genome of one of humanity's oldest and least-loved companions: the bedbug.
Cornell faculty and students will be among thousands of scientists representing an array of research to swarm Washington, D.C., Feb. 11-15 for the annual AAAS meeting and exposition.
Marianne Krasny, director of the Civic Ecology Lab and professor in the Department of Natural Resources, has been elected a foreign fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry.
A Cornell economist and his colleagues have found the geographical areas that have an NFL team advance to the Super Bowl had an 18 percent spike in flu-related deaths among people above age 65.
Charles Aquadro, Laura Harrington and Sean Nicholson are recipients of the Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellowship for outstanding teaching of undergraduates.