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Cornell researchers have developed a semiconductor chip that adds a necessary time delay so signals sent across multiple arrays can align at a single point in space, and without disintegrating.

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“That is exactly what the judge will instruct the jury: ‘If you find anything that a witness said to be untrue, to be incredible, to be a lie, feel free to disregard the entirety of that witness’s testimony,’” says Randy Zelin, professor of law.

The Wall Street Journal

Jacqueline Rifkin, assistant professor of marketing, discusses the benefits and downsides of delayed gratification.

The New York Times

Arthur Wheaton, director of labor studies, discusses the Mercedes-Benz workers' vote against joining the union.


“We're going to have to have an attitude adjustment here. We're going to have to start dealing with the fact now that we're going to have air quality alerts more often,” says Mark Wysocki, senior lecturer of Earth and atmospheric sciences emeritus.


Nicole Martin, assistant research professor in dairy foods microbiology, comments on the surge of raw milk sales.

Associated Press

Article mentions We Rise, a coalition of organizations including the Carroll Gardens Nanny Association, the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and the School of Industrial and Labor Relations.