A group of Cornell researchers has shown the ability to functionalize cotton fabric with a porous beta-cyclodextrin polymer, which can sequester organic micropollutants in both water and air.
Political scientist Miriam Elman of Syracuse University spoke about rising tensions in Jerusalem in Nov. 3 campus talk, “Jerusalem: Conflict in the Holy City.”
Cornell has lowered its water use restriction to a water use advisory, which means water conservation efforts are now strongly encouraged but not required.
Cornell researchers provide unprecedented evidence that basal forebrain pathology precedes and predicts both entorhinal pathology and memory impairment in people with Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers find that people who were relatively tall as teens are more likely to invest in stocks, and those who were overweight are more risk-averse and less likely to participate in the market.
With soda taxes on the ballot in four cities Nov. 8, and a law on deck in 2017 in another, behavioral economist John Cawley says these taxes have increased soda prices by only half as much as they were intended to.
The 2016 Empire State Healthcare Survey, conducted by the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures, revealed that the cost of medical care and health insurance has many New Yorkers worried.
Professor Paul McEuen talks about pushing nanoscience at Cornell to the next level, the challenge of recruiting midcareer faculty who bridge disciplines and the importance of asking, “What if?”
Donald F. Smith, DVM, Austin O. Hooey Dean Emeritus of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, died Saturday, Oct. 29 following a serious illness. He was 66 years old.
The 2016 Cornell University One Health + Public Health + Global Health Symposium will take place Nov. 4, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Biotech G10 and the lobby.