Sam Tilsen, assistant professor of linguistics, and colleagues used real-time magnetic resonance imaging to document anticipated vocal responses via the positions of vocal organs.
Researchers at the Caryl and Israel Englander Institute for Precision Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College use genomic sequencing to understand factors that drive disease development and identify treatments most likely to be effective for each patient.
Well-designed healthcare facilities lead to better patient outcomes that, in turn, result in money saved for facility owners and patients, according to new Cornell research.
A new reality television series focused on the lives of students at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine makes its debut Sept. 19 on National Geographic station.
A new study finds that trauma leaves an imprint on the brain that alters how we process information and emotion, perhaps making us more attuned to subsequent negative occurrences.
William Provine, the Andrew H. and James L. Tisch Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at Cornell, died Sept. 1. due to complications from a brain tumor at his home in Horseheads, New York.
Ted Dodds, vice president for information technologies and Cornell’s chief information officer, will retire at the end of the fall semester.
Michael Disare ’17 spent the summer in the lab of Yimon Aye learning novel approaches to signaling pathways in cells, a better understanding of which may lead to improvements in treatments for cancer.
Chats in the Stacks book talks this semester at Olin and Mann libraries feature faculty authors discussing politics and economics as the 2016 presidential election approaches, and other topics from poetry to religion.
A Cornell collection of tiny fungi – with specimens dating to the 1800s – will enter the modern age and go digital, thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.