Ten nutrition experts from five Tanzanian institutions spent two weeks on campus Oct. 19-30 with Cornell nutrition faculty members and researchers to improve live-saving nutrition interventions and education in Tanzania.
Two Cornell professors emeriti of veterinary medicine have received the 2015 Ezra Technology Innovator Award for their work as co-inventors of the Marek's disease vaccine.
The College of Human Ecology and the School of Hotel Administration have formed the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures, an academic center combining hospitality, design, health policy and management.
Investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine have discovered precisely how certain types of cancers spread to particular organs in the body, supporting the century-old seed and soil theory of metastasis.
Cornell researchers have discovered mechanisms that control the function of a fat and obesity gene while at the same time answering a long-standing question about how cells respond to stress.
A gift from Mong Family Foundation, through Stephen Mong '92, MEN '93, MBA '02, will create Cornell Neurotech, a cross-campus effort to understand how individual brain cells function.
Cornell Tech and Cornell Law School announced Oct. 27 the launch of a Master of Laws degree in law, technology and entrepreneurship at the Cornell Tech campus in New York City. Enrollment will begin in 2016.
As part of the Global Health Program's new collaboration in the Dominican Republic, ten Dominican medical students visited campus for a week beginning Oct. 15 to exchange ideas and knowledge.
Using 15 months of energy research conducted by Cornell students, the Tompkins County Planning Department unveiled ideas Oct. 21 to substantially reduce the county's carbon footprint by 2050.
Village dogs from present-day Nepal and Mongolia are direct descendants of the first domesticated dogs, which originated at least 15,000 years ago in that region, a new study reports.