“Birds of Wonder,” a new novel by Cynthia Robinson, addresses sexual violence, porn addiction and sexual tourism.
Scientists from Cornell, Duke and the University of Hawaii have an idea that could provide power and food protein to large regions of the world – and remove carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere.
Acid whey fermented and brewed like beer could soon be on tap, turning dairy waste into a flavorful drink with an alcoholic kick.
Cornell Entrepreneurs of the Year Steve Conine ’95 and Niraj Shah ‘95, co-founders of Wayfair, will be honored on campus April 19 at the Celebration conference.
Matt Barker ‘19 and Austin Astorga ’19 created Brella, an app that delivers a personalized daily forecast and clothing suggestions based on the weather.
A grant will expand Cornell's research and work with partners on confronting opioid abuse through evidence-based interventions.
The "gig economy" will be explored in an April 27-28 conference in New York City organized by The Worker Institute at Cornell’s ILR School.
Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann’s autobiographical play, “Something that Belongs to You,” will given staged reading April 15 and 17.
A new data analysis has found strong consensus that undergoing gender transition can improve transgender well-being.
A new book by Jamila Michener, “Fragmented Democracy: Medicaid, Federalism and Unequal Politics,” finds unequal application of Medicaid undermines democracy.
Dr. Ernie Esquivel, director of Weill Cornell Medical College’s internal medicine clerkship, loves watching medical students succeed in their training.
The annual College of Veterinary Medicine open house will be held April 7, and a talk on dental care tips for pets will be held April 14 at the Baker Institute for Animal Health.