When faced with life’s daily challenges, adults who don’t maintain a positive outlook have shown elevated physiological markers for cardiovascular and autoimmune disease, according to Cornell research.
Michael I. Kotlikoff, the Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, will be Cornell University's 16th provost, President Elizabeth Garrett announced today. Kotlikoff will assume the office Aug. 1.
Using new imaging technology, Cornell University Library confirmed that its copy of a 400-year-old scientific text was stolen from Sweden's National Library in the 1990s. It was returned in June.
A new study published in BMC Biology describes greenhouse trials of a genetically engineered diamondback moth that suppresses populations of pest diamondback moths and reduces their resistance to Bt.
Lung cancers attract circulating immune cells to the tumor mass, where the cancer reprograms them to support its growth and progression, researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College have found.
Students Kelley McElfresh ’16, Devin Hegelein ’17 and Katie Kraft ’17 are making substantial contributions to sales and manufacturing at Ithaca Hummus in Groton, New York.
Cornell will send 11 students for two days of agronomic combat at the 2015 National Collegiate Weed competition at South Charleston, Ohio, July 21-22.
Sibling suns – made famous in Star Wars – and the planets around them may be more common than we've thought, and Cornell astronomers are presenting new ideas on how to find them.
Cornell researchers have found that when a green fluorescent protein (GFP) is exposed to specific wavelengths of laser light, it turns red. The discovery has potential for researchers studying cell organelles and proteins.
A study describes how iron biofortified pearl millet resolved iron deficiency in a group of school-aged children in India within four to six months.