A new genetics study of wild honeybees offers clues to how a population has adapted to a mite that has devastated bee colonies worldwide.
Anjum Malik ’16 is researching why Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria have destroyed museums and heritage sites and reminds us that Western powers did the same thing a century ago.
University of Havana professor Emanuel Mora, who came to campus this summer to teach a course in biopsychology, is the first visiting professor from Cuba to teach at Cornell and return.
Ellen Abrams, a doctoral student in science and technology studies, did an ethnographic study of a class at Nesin Mathematics Village in Turkey as part of her thesis work.
A busload of New York City high school students hit pause on city life to visit Cornell’s Ithaca campus, as part of a summer program that’s equipping the next generation of technical entrepreneurs.
A study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab finds that employees support healthy-living pledges issued by their employers because they perceive them to be beneficial.
Cornell researchers have developed an experimental strategy to identify infertility-causing mutations found in human populations, with implications for diagnoses and treatments.
A skirt to be showcased at Vancouver Fashion Week was directly inspired by Cornell physics research on using origami to tailor the mechanical properties of materials.
David Bindel, assistant professor of computer science, and Amanda Hood, a doctoral candidate, have received the 2015 SIAG/Linear Algebra Prize for their paper Localization Theorems for Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems.
A Weill Cornell Medical College research team surveyed nearly 350 LGBT doctors, nurses and other health care professionals and trainees to better understand the support they receive and the obstacles they face in academia.