Examining survey results of local governments, half of U.S. cities and towns had specific environmental goals but only one-third had concrete sustainability plans, in a new report, published March 2016.
A study co-authored by Cornell's Richard Burkhauser contends that the overall life evaluation of citizens drops as the share of income held by the top 1 percent of the population increases.
Cornell researchers describe experiments that help reveal how wild colonies endure mites and pathogens, findings that could aid beekeepers in their struggle to keep honeybee colonies healthy.
Pictures displayed on food packages like cake mix have more calories than are listed on the nutrition panel and can lead consumers to significant overeating, Cornell research shows.
Audio from 44 American Ideals lectures by legendary Cornell Professo Milton Konvitz, which many Cornellians say shaped their lives, is now available online through DigitalCommons@ILR.
Cornell researchers describe a genetic variation that has evolved in populations that have historically eaten vegetarian diets, such as in India, Africa and parts of East Asia.
The Pre-Seed Workshop, sponsored by the Cornell Center for Life Science Enterprise, offers scientists guidance on how to move their technologies and inventions from the lab to the marketplace.
The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded Cornell a $4.8 million, three-year grant to fight hunger and improve food security using agricultural science and technology.
Dr. Rahul Sharma has been named emergency physician-in-chief at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and chief of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Victoria Prowse, ILR School assistant professor, and colleagues find workers at the far ends of the performance scale curve try harder and workers in the middle put in less effort.