Interim President Hunter Rawlings and President-elect Martha E. Pollack have added their voices and strong statements of support in solidarity with Central European University in response to legislation passed by the Hungarian government that could close the university.
Scientists announced this week that a consortium led by Cornell will begin construction in Chile's Atacama Desert of a powerful telescope capable of mapping the sky at submillimeter and millimeter wavelengths.
After traveling through Vietnam's Mekong Delta in January, examining climate change through the lens of another country, four Cornell students toured the halls of Congress in late March to tell all about it.
For decades, scientists have known that unhealthy surroundings induce human illness. Now, research suggests that communities of very sick people may damage the environment, according to a new study in PNAS, April 3.
Naoto Kan, Japan’s prime minister from 2010 to 2011, discussed his experience leading his country through the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster in a March 28 talk at the Statler Auditorium.