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06/16/2015
In the latest Empire State Poll, asking about trust of local police, about 23 percent of black New York state residents reported a low level of trust, compared to only 12 percent of Caucasians.
06/15/2015
To sort out the biological intricacies of Earth-like planets, Cornell astronomers have developed computer models that examine how ultraviolet radiation from their own nearby suns affects these worlds.
06/15/2015
Researchers in a joint study with Cornell, the University of British Columbia and the University of Toronto believe genes really can regulate response to emotional information.
06/12/2015
It takes “highly diagnostic” information – the kind that is especially revealing of a person’s true nature or character – to change a first impression, Cornell psychologists discover.
06/12/2015
Using a novel combination of mathematical methods, Cornell linguists suggest that comprehension in Asian languages works in much the same way as it does in European languages.
06/12/2015
John L. Lumley, the Willis H. Carrier Professor Emeritus of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, died May 30 of brain cancer in Ithaca. He was 84.
06/12/2015
For those wishing to lose weight and keep it off, here’s a simple strategy that works: step on a scale each day and track the results.
06/12/2015
Peanut and Motzie, two Savannah cats, have participated in a study at the College of Veterinary Medicine's Feline Health Center June 5. Motzie is the second tallest cat in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
06/11/2015
Hakim Weatherspoon, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, is leading a workshop aimed at minority college students to encourage advanced study in STEM fields.
06/11/2015
People who believe they know a little something about a topic – confident though they may be – commonly and easily claim knowledge that is impossible for them to have.

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