Steven D. Tanksley, a molecular geneticist who pioneered concepts essential to modern plant breeding while a professor at Cornell University, has won the prestigious Japan Prize worth $420,000.
Good filmmakers know intuitively that close-ups can be much briefer than longer-distance shots and still maintain their power. A Cornell psychologist has explained why.
Since the early 1970s, Cornell students have begun their dive training in the pool of Teagle Hall and making deeper dives in Cayuga Lake. The program has certified about 2,000 divers in its history.
Avicaching is a game for bird watchers where players search for as many birds as possible in specific locations and record their findings in eBird.
The Walmart Foundation announced Jan. 21 that Cornell has won a 2016 U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund grant for breakthroughs in textile manufacturing processes.
The U.S. economy will continue to expand slowly, thanks to a projected gross domestic product (GDP) of 2 percent, no inflation and a 5 percent unemployment rate, according to a Cornell economist.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences dean Kathryn Boor spoke of CALS' partnership with agricultural producers from across New York state Jan. 19 at the 2016 Empire State Producers Expo.
Whether or not animals display status signals may depend on the social structure in which they evolved, according to Michael Sheehan, assistant professor of neurobiology and behavior.
Ridding e-cigarettes of flavors such as fruit and candy help to discourage teenagers from using them while making them available to adults who are trying to quite smoking, according to a new study.
No one has fully understood why diabetes remission often follows bariatric surgery, but a recent Cornell-led study provides clues to the mystery. The findings open doors for novel drug treatments to treat Type 2 diabetes.