A study finds that former East Germans believe the use of performance-enhancing drugs is an inevitable part of high-stakes athletics, while those who grew up west of the Berlin Wall think success is possible without drugs.
The Cornell Center for Materials Research Symposium will show such innovative uses of electron microscopy applications as tracking crystal growth, finding the 3-D structure of molecules and mapping magnetic fields.
A new fungal pathogen is killing gypsy moth caterpillars and crowding out communities of pathogens and parasites that previously destroyed these moth pests.
In the face of scientific dogma that faults the population decline of monarch butterflies on a lack of milkweed and herbicides, a new Cornell study casts wider blame: sparse autumnal nectar sources, weather and habitat fragmentation.
Actor, director and writer Alan Alda will return to campus May 16-18 and will deliver a lecture on ways to effectively communicate science so anyone can understand it.
Four Cornell faculty members are among 213 national and international scholars, artists, philanthropists and business leaders elected new fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech announced April 20 “Immersive Recommendations,” where a user opts in to a tool that translates personal digital traces into content recommendations.
With a record-breaking number of students unveiling their research at the 31st annual Spring Research Forum, hosted by the CURB, the world’s future looks full of solutions.
Sheryl WuDunn ’81 delivered this year’s Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture at Klarman Hall's Groos Family Auditorium April 20.
Two alumni whose influence has been deeply felt in the fields of entertainment and sports were honored with the ILR School’s Groat and Alpern Awards in New York City April 14.