A Cornell study, published Dec. 9 in the journal Science, finds that the brain chemical dopamine plays an active role in teaching young birds to sing.
A Weill Cornell Medicine study published Dec. 7 represents the first time scientists have captured the restoration of communication of a minimally conscious patient by measuring aspects of brain structure and function.
As a cosmic dust magnet, Saturn's C ring gives away its youth. Once thought formed in an older, primordial era, the ring may be but a mere babe – less than 100 million years old.
New research by demographer Matthew Hall shows an increase in deportations under President-elect Donald Trump would mean devastating losses to legal Latino homeowners – and the communities they live in.
A new study appearing in the Nov. 24 in Frontiers in Nutrition finds men are at particular risk of overeating in social situations.
A report on the future of the electric grid, co-authored by mathematics professor John Guckenheimer, has helped spawn a joint program of the National Science Foundation and the energy department.
New research by anthropologist Saida Hodzic challenges the idea that cutting is intractable and analyzes what happens when such a practice ends. Her focus is on Ghanaian anti-cutting activists.
Cornell has been selected to host the national 2019 Science Olympiad, which will bring 2,500 high school students from across the U.S. to a unique competition.
With the help of Cornell's New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, cider pressed on campus is once again available to the Cornell community.
New data from NASA’s Cassini mission reveals that Saturn’s bulging core and twisting gravitational forces offer clues to the ages of the planet’s moons. The moons are younger than previously thought.