A study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab finds that employees support healthy-living pledges issued by their employers because they perceive them to be beneficial.
Cornell researchers have developed an experimental strategy to identify infertility-causing mutations found in human populations, with implications for diagnoses and treatments.
A skirt to be showcased at Vancouver Fashion Week was directly inspired by Cornell physics research on using origami to tailor the mechanical properties of materials.
David Bindel, assistant professor of computer science, and Amanda Hood, a doctoral candidate, have received the 2015 SIAG/Linear Algebra Prize for their paper Localization Theorems for Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems.
A Weill Cornell Medical College research team surveyed nearly 350 LGBT doctors, nurses and other health care professionals and trainees to better understand the support they receive and the obstacles they face in academia.
A mile-long asteroid that raced past Earth July 25 at about 45,000 miles per hour was imaged by radar telescopes so that astronomers like Cornell's Sean Marshall could discern its precise orbit and physical shape.
Thirty-seven students from Latin America have been working with research faculty on campus as part of CienciAmerica, an eight-week summer program at Cornell.
Daniel Lichter finds racial segregation in the U.S. takes new forms as segregation from neighborhood to neighborhood decreases but suburban communities are becoming increasingly racially homogenous.
A program that develops science educational materials that use live Tetrahymena, a single-celled protozoan, to address key biology concepts is expanding, thanks to a five-year, $1.25 million grant.
Center for Advanced Technology awards support Cornell life science faculty and research associates to develop biotechnologies with commercial potential.