Research involving a new Cornell professor proposes that human behavior helps provide selective pressures that shape mobile gene pools, which are important for colonizing specific human populations.
Andy Arnold '13 spent six months in Kenya researching elite runners to learn how a group of people from a small corner of East Africa could rise to become the most dominant athletes in the world.
Cash in your frequent flier miles and book a cruise to far-flung, exotic exoplanets. Cornell astronomers Lisa Kaltenegger and others offer two dozen perfectly placed exoplanets with potential for life.
Cornell University researchers received grants to speed up development, evaluation and adoption of new apple rootstocks and build a $100 million East Coast broccoli industry through new cultivars.
The nonprofit Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, co-founded in 2012 by Ajay Chaudhary '03, integrates teaching and research in the humanities and social sciences into the lives of working adults.
Klarman Hall – the university's light-filled humanities building that opened last semester – was certified LEED Platinum July 29.
Dr. Sharon Center of the College of Veterinary Medicine, received the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine’s ACVIM Robert W. Kirk Award for Professional Excellence in June.
A Cornell study reports new results that raise questions about whether a common dietary metabolite, called TMAO, causes heart disease or whether it is simply a biomarker of developing disease.
Engineering professor Lynden Archer and graduate student Wajdi Al Sadat have devised an electrochemical cell that captures and converts carbon dioxide while generating electrical power.
Three students from Puerto Rico were among 29 undergraduates to explore the fields of entomology, plant pathology, horticulture and plant breeding as part of the Summer Research Scholars Program.