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6/19/2013

Paul Ginsparg, professor of physics, will be named a Champion of Change by the White House June 19 for his work on arXiv.

6/19/2013

A new study shows that whether foods are labeled small, regular or double-sized influences how much people will consume – and how much they'll pay for them.

6/19/2013

A new study shows that whether foods are labeled small, regular or double-sized influences how much people will consume – and how much they'll pay for them.

6/19/2013

Paul Ginsparg, professor of physics, will be named a Champion of Change by the White House June 19 for his work on arXiv.

6/19/2013

About 65 Cornellians joined a rebuilding effort in Breezy Point, Queens, N.Y. - a community especially hard hit by Hurricane Sandy - on June 15 in a day of service.

6/19/2013

Professors offered an inside look at Cornell's new economics department, their fields of study and current research projects June 8 at Reunion.

6/19/2013

About 65 Cornellians joined a rebuilding effort in Breezy Point, Queens, N.Y. - a community especially hard hit by Hurricane Sandy - on June 15 in a day of service.

6/18/2013

Cornell engineers have created a model that simulates prolonged joint loading, leading to similar conditions found in osteoarthritis sufferers.

6/18/2013

Kenneth G. Wilson, winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Physics for his research at Cornell, died in Maine June 15.

6/18/2013

Cornell engineers have created a model that simulates prolonged joint loading, leading to similar conditions found in osteoarthritis sufferers.

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