A new Cornell study of New York state apple orchards finds that pesticides cause harm to wild bees, and fungicides labeled safe for bees may indirectly also threaten native pollinators.
At a May 23 dinner, College of Arts and Sciences faculty members received awards for exceptional teaching and advising, and graduate teaching assistants won prizes for teaching.
Jane Hardy '53, a longtime senior lecturer in the Department of Communication who taught science writing and editing, died May 21 at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca after a brief illness at age 85.
The Institute for the Social Sciences has made small grants to advance interdisciplinary faculty research at the boundaries of social sciences, humanities and life sciences.
Using image processing tools and data analysis, Cornell scientists, scholars and curators shared their expertise with students and each other in a spring course on art and science intersections.
A new technique, published May 28 in Stem Cell Reports, could allow scientists to generate large numbers of rare cells in the network that pushes the heart's chambers to consistently contract.
Avery August, professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, was awarded the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences Distinguished Alumnus Award May 27.
A Weill Cornell Medical College research team has shown how next-generation genome sequencing can offer new insights and treatment targets in patients with advanced, treatment-resistant cancer.
When hunting and eating male katydids, different bat species locate their prey by listening for specific signals in male katydids' mating calls, according to a recent study.
On a new mission to probe Jupiter’s mysterious icy, oceanic moon Europa, three Cornell researchers have joined three scientific instrument teams May 26 that will be aboard the yet-named NASA expedition.