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Quiet rooms and friendly nurses sway hospitals' patient satisfaction scores more than medical quality or survival rates, according a new study by Cristobal Young, associate professor of sociology.

If we want to have a say in what the future looks like, scholars and policymakers need to start thinking about workplace automation far more broadly, according to a new paper co-authored by a Cornell researcher.

In new research, Sabrina Karim, assistant professor of government, found that personal contact and relationship-building between police and citizens encourages a positive attitude about the country’s central authority.

Nearly 70 professionals from around the world have become Cornell Climate Online Fellows, as they take action locally to battle atmospheric greenhouse gas and ask others to join in.

Aspiring film directors must outperform peers with similar experience to build reputations and advance their careers, according to a study co-authored by Heeyon Kim, assistant professor of strategy in the School of Hotel Administration.

Even short stays in solitary confinement appear linked to a higher risk of death after inmates are released from jail or prison, according to new research by Christopher Wildeman, professor of policy analysis and management.

Cornell has signed on with the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science, a consortium of America’s leading higher education institutions focused on demonstrating the public value of research.

The Yang-Tan Institute in the ILR School has secured a $646,000 gift from K. Lisa Yang ’74 to launch the Autism Transition to Adulthood Initiative, aimed at helping students with autism achieve success after high school.

Researchers from four colleges will study potential warnings for electronic cigarette advertisements that seek to deter teen use of the products without discouraging adults who are trying to quit smoking.