Annual greenhouse gas emissions from all U.S. vehicles could be absorbed by forests, wetlands and agricultural lands, according to new research.
Global Leadership Fellows will be in Washington, D.C., Nov. 13-16 to share their stories with U.S. and international policymakers to attract support to advance agricultural innovation.
The Carl Sagan Institute is honoring Carl Sagan's 84th birthday by releasing a “lost” lecture Sagan delivered in 1994 at the symposium in honor.
Cross-campus gathering will focus on the biggest challenges facing the world, and help determine a theme on which the university will focus in the 2019-2020 academic year.
Twelve students and recent Cornell alumni attended the Clinton Global Initiative University Oct. 19-21 in Chicago.
Warmer temperatures are pushing mountain-dwelling birds ever higher as they try to stay in their comfort zone, a new study finds.
A plant geneticist from the University of Ghana who has partnered with Cornell of years won the 2018 World Agriculture Prize.
Two Cornell electric fish experts gave a workshop on a topic never been taught before: How to record electric signals produced by Africa’s freshwater mormyrid fishes.
Creators of an exhibit will photographs and stories of residents of La Gloria, a Guatemalan refugee community of 3,800 people in Chiapas, Mexico, speak Nov. 9 in Rockefeller Hall.