The Department of Science and Technology Studies celebrates 40 years since the first meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science on campus with “Where has STS Traveled?” Oct. 27-28.
At the New Rural-Urban Interface held Sept. 29-30, social scientists from Cornell and elsewhere gathered to discuss the cultural, demographic, economic and political dimensions of the changing landscape.
The plant nicknamed Wee Stinky, one of two flowering-sized titan arums in Liberty Hyde Bailey Conservatory, is prepping for a dazzling reproductive effort to make itself big, hot and smelly.
Nobel laureate Dr. Michael Brown, whose research paved the way for the development of statins, will explain how these drugs work in the Ef Racker Lecture in Biology and Medicine Thursday, Oct. 20.
Saul Teukolsky, the Hans A. Bethe Professor of Physics and Astrophysics, will explore what gravitational waves mean for science in the fall 2016 Phi Beta Kappa Distinguished Faculty Invitational Lecture.
An overactive gene appears to cause some prostate cancers to transform from a typical tumor type to a much more aggressive form of the disease, according to new research at Weill Cornell Medicine.
This fall, the Roper Center, the world's largest public opinion archive, will honor the first political scientist to quantify the country's swings from conservatism to liberalism and back again.
To celebrate Dilmun Hill Student Farm's 20th anniversary, students will welcome the community to a farm tour Oct. 29.
Women in Physics will host the Cornell Women in Physics and Related Fields All-Class Reunion on campus Saturday, Oct. 15.
Two Cornell Tech master's graduates have won a World Congress on Information Technology award for their computer-vision invention, Uru, which projects advertising onto blank surfaces in a video.