Finnish nuclear power advocate Lauri Muranen squared off against renewable energy expert Daniel M. Kammen in the 2016 Lund Critical Debate May 3.
A Cornell-led study published May 11 in the journal Cell Host Microbe provides the strongest evidence yet that human DNA influences the type and number of bacteria that reside in each person’s gut.
Dr. Meg Thompson, associate clinical professor of imaging at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been named director of the Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Her appointment is effective immediately.
Cornell senior Juliet Jacobson ’16 used a grant from the President's Council of Cornell Women to create a space in Mann Library to honor the achievements of Nobel Laureate Barbara McClintock '23, M.A. '25, Ph.D. '27.
Emeritus professor Stanley Zahler, whose work during his 35-year Cornell career left a lasting imprint on the teaching of microbial genetics at the university, died April 26 in California. He was 89 years old.
Administrative practices of U.S. unions have dramatically shifted during the past 20 years, according to research led by Lois S. Gray of the ILR School.
Cornell researchers have found no evidence to suggest that the risks of a mother potentially transmitting the virus to her child via breastfeeding outweigh the benefits of breastfeeding, though they caution that more study is necessary.
A New York state subsidy of 5 cents per school lunch just one day per week for the purchase of local fruits and vegetables would likely boost New York farmers and local economies, a new report finds.
The Cornell Vegetable Program assists farmers in 12 western New York counties by helping them apply Cornell research and expertise to their local vegetable growing operations.
The New York Climate Science Clearinghouse features New York-specific climate to provide the public and policymakers access to the most recent and credible information available to inform decisions.