MRI-guided ultrasound ablation, a new noninvasive treatment for tremors being offered at Weill Cornell Medicine, is helping people with essential tremors.
British fashion designer Helen Storey brings some of her innovative work in art and science to campus Sept. 12-24 as the Department of Fiber Science and Apparel Design's first designer-in-residence.
Gender matters to the 16 trainers and 11 teams of 33 researchers from four continents who will participate in a course on “Gender Responsive Root, Tuber and Banana Breeding,” Sept. 12-21 in Uganda.
Computer analysis shows that female tennis players are asked fewer game-related questions than males in press conferences.
A Cornell audio producer has won a prestigious communication award for a radio series on biologists – including many from Cornell – who use sound to understand the natural world.
Internet governance expert Martin Mueller will present the first in a series of lectures on questions at the intersection of technology, politics and international law.
Stanford University linguist John Rickford will deliver a talk, Justice for Jeantel (and Trayvon): Fighting Dialect Prejudice in Courtrooms and Beyond, Sept. 15 at 4:30 p.m. in Klarman Hall.
Two Cornell experts in artificial intelligence have joined a nationwide team setting out to ensure that when computers are running the world, they will make decisions compatible with human values.
Cornell researchers are engineering planar bacterial outer membrane-like supported bilayers, which have potential in the screening of antibiotics as well as cell-free and other applications.
Striving for a future with smaller electric bills and a diminished need for more power plants, the NSF has awarded Cornell researchers $1 million to improve new residential electric storage systems.