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Lisa Mosconi, assistant professor of neuroscience at Weill Cornell Medicine, weighs in on how a person’s diet impacts their thoughts and actions.

Research by herpetologist Harry W. Greene found 971 seeds in 49 snakes’ guts speculating that the particularly rich nutritional microenvironment of snake feces is particularly advantageous for germinating seeds.

A new study by Morten Christiansen, a cognitive scientist at Cornell University, found that the number of people who speak a language seems to affect how new words and structures spread.


Two major journals experiment with "registered reports," agreeing to publish articles based on their design and potential significance, not their results. Andrew Karolyi and Robert Bloomfield, both professors at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, are spearheading these efforts.

In 1918 Congress passed the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to protect birds from wanton killing. To celebrate the centennial, National Geographic is partnering with the National Audubon Society, BirdLife International, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to declare 2018 the Year of the Bird.

Steve Yale-Loehr, a leading US immigration law scholar at Cornell, comments on the Trump administration's efforts to abolish the so-called diversity lottery program and to drastically reduce family reunification migration.

Francine Blau, an economist at Cornell who has studied the gender pay gap and family-friendly policies in the United States and Europe, explains that since motherhood is one of the biggest causes of the gender pay gap, the gap may shrink if fathers spent more time on parenting responsibilities.

Enjoying the day-to-day pursuit of a resolution is a better predictor of success than working toward a lofty, long-term payoff, says Kaitlin Woolley, assistant professor of marketing.

Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy, discusses trade relations between China and the United Kingdom on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."

Ecologist Stephen Ellner says it’s important to consider evolution when studying how populations interact

Want more happiness and life satisfaction? Then consider spending more of your money on experiences instead of consumer goods, recommends psychology professor Tom Gilovich.

Talking with CBS New York via Skype from the Cornell Broadcast Studios, CVM’s Dr. Amy Glaser talks about Cornell’s Animal Health Diagnostic center which started tracking canine influenza in 2015.