A Cornell-University of Iowa analysis of a soda tax passed last fall by voters in Berkeley, California, found the measure so far has fizzled.
A virtual reality theme park ride and video game created by Cornell students places gamers on the Star Wars planet of Tatooine. The ride was the yearlong project of the Intel-Cornell Cup team.
A summit meeting to identify resources and opportunities to improve agricultural resiliency to severe weather across New York state will explore current initiatives and link researchers and extension members.
With a $730,000 National Science Foundation grant, the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research will create the Plant Science Research Network to promote plant science research and collaboration.
Dmitry Savransky is passionate about his role in finding 51 Eridani b, an extrasolar planet – planets found outside of our own solar system – about 100 light-years away.
'Nanomembrane' sheets embedded with tiny iron oxide particles can help clean toxic chemicals from water. Cornell researchers are evaluating the tech to reduce human health and environmental concerns.
Cornell mathematicians have developed a theoretical model to study the dynamics between 'thinking fast and slow' - the distinction between human cognitive processing that is quick and intuitive, versus slow and rational.
A new Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program in agriculture, offered by Cornell in collaboration with Ithaca College, will help meet the growing need for qualified agriculture educators.
In his new book, 'The Intellective Space,' Romance studies professor Laurent Dubreuil looks the distinction between thinking and thought by drawing on a variety of academic disciplines.
One-year grants will help six institutions test promising obesity prevention interventions that could make healthy choices easier for low-income families.