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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.

6/18/2013

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.

6/18/2013

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

6/17/2013

A new study suggests that the body’s most powerful immune cells have a radical way of catching their prey that could backfire on people who are overweight and others at risk for various diseases.

6/17/2013

A new Procurement Gateway streamlines the purchasing process, making it easier for staff and faculty to initiate the purchase of the goods and services they need and to track the progress of their orders.

6/17/2013

A new study suggests that the body’s most powerful immune cells have a radical way of catching their prey that could backfire on people who are overweight and others at risk for various diseases.

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