A survey of New York state residents by College of Veterinary Medicine researchers found that nearly half of respondents increased the amount of time they spent on wild and backyard food and related activities early in the pandemic.
Researchers from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Institute for Computational Sustainability are using big data and AI to model hidden patterns in nature – not just for one bird species, but for entire ecological communities across continents.
A team of Cornell computer scientists has been awarded a $3 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to leverage reinforcement learning to make computer networks stronger, dynamic and more secure.
Two College of Arts and Sciences scholars have published the first wide-ranging anthology of theater theory and dramatic criticism by women and woman-identified writers, with entries by more than 80 scholars, including Cornell faculty and alumni.
In new research, Jamila Michener, associate professor of government, demonstrates how people within racially and economically marginalized communities can, through organizing, build political power in response to poor living conditions.