Constitutional scholar Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of Berkeley Law at the University of California, Berkeley, addressed the topic of free speech on campus Nov. 20 in Alice Statler Auditorium.
The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs launched its first online certificate to prepare professionals to guide nonprofits eCornell.
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have received a grant to conduct an in-depth study of the mechanisms that cause scar tissue to form in the lung and kidney.
Indoor farming entrepreneurs and experts came to Cornell in early November to learn how to create viable businesses for local vegetables and produce grown indoors.
President Pollack and more than 1,200 alumni gathered Nov. 18 to Cornell’s founding principles of inclusion and diversity at Washington, D.C.'s National Museum of African American History.
A $1 million award from the Keck Foundation has helped support new research into topological superconducting by a group led by Eun-Ah Kim, associate professor of physics.
“Eloquence of the Apes: A Trans-Disciplinary Workshop on Apes, Language and Communication,” Oct. 20-21, featured primatologist Sue Savage-Rumbaugh.
Cornell and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced the creation of a new biological control lab on campus to protect the state’s ecologically important hemlock trees.
Trevor Pinch, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Science & Technology Studies, examines the border between human and machine in a new podcast, “The Human Today."
Five Cornell faculty members have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society.
At the Science Cabaret Nov. 14 at Ithaca’s Coltivare restaurant, doctoral student Josue San Emeterio shared the mysteries of electricity.
Chef Justin Paterson removed fear from the recipe books when he taught restaurateurs, extension educators and foodies “Small Scale Charcuterie" in Stocking Hall Nov. 6.