Loss of early childhood language skills, rather than those skills attained later in life, might be a predictor for Alzheimer's disease, according to a new Cornell study.
Cornell researchers have demonstrated a way to create a new kind of semiconductor thin film that retains its electrical properties even when it is just atoms thick.
A dog emotion tracker and a desktop circuit printer took this year's ECE Innovation Award prizes of $10,000. The competition challenges students to develop technology and demonstrate the idea’s business potential.
Texting someone on a mobile phone during a minor surgical procedure under local anesthetic can reduce significantly a patient's demand for narcotic pain relief, new study finds.
The Institute for the Social Sciences’ Contested Global Landscapes theme project has ended, but interdisciplinary collaboration among Cornell faculty members continues in a book series and teaching.
In the first of a series of Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell videos focusing on mentorship, explore the relationship between Dr. Sarah Bettigole and her mentor, WCMC Dean Dr. Laurie Glimcher.
In the Charter Day Weekend lecture, “Cornell and the Energy Landscape in the Age of Sustainability” April 26, professor Hector D. Abruna discussed his work to build sustainable batteries.
Social scientists examined solutions to inequality at the Charter Day Weekend panel The American Dream: Opportunities and Challenges April 25.
The fourth floor of Mann Library on campus houses the Liberty Hyde Bailey Hortorium Herbarium, a collection of more than a million dried and preserved plant specimens that date back to Cornell's beginnings.
A panel of experts explored “The Genomic Revolution: How DNA Information Is Changing Our Lives” in a Charter Day Weekend panel April 26, including genetic screening for diseases.