belfasttelegraph Monday, 21 April, 2014

Cornell University

Cornell University

Search news from around the web

  1. A team of researchers from Columbia University Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medical College, and Brandeis University has devised a wholly new approach to the treatment of Alzheimer's disease involving ... FULL ARTICLE AT News-Medical.net

  2. Exotic Materials Study Could Lead To Advanced Electronic Devices

    redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online In an attempt to help scale down the size of electronic devices to atomic dimensions, researchers from Cornell University and the Brookhaven National ... FULL ARTICLE AT RedOrbit

  1. Economic View: When Diamonds Are Dirt Cheap, Will They Still Dazzle?

    Technology has the potential to affect the value of items that are now rare and expensive, everything from diamonds to paintings and autographs. FULL ARTICLE AT Opinion

  1. Economic View: When Diamonds Are Dirt Cheap, Will They Still Dazzle?

    Technology has the potential to affect the value of items that are now rare and expensive, everything from diamonds to paintings and autographs. FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times

  2. A study by Cornell University of 11 Oregon schools found that banning chocolate milk had unintended consequences. FULL ARTICLE AT Oregon Live

  3. Chocolate milk ban can backfire: Students drink a lot less milk when denied chocolate option, Cornell University study of Eugene schools finds

    The tendency of sugar-loving kids to throw away plain white milk rather than drink it helps explain why Eugene schools have softened their stance on fat-free chocolate milk. FULL ARTICLE AT Oregon Live

  4. When the machines take over, much will change. But perhaps not the exquisite frustrations of a halting philosophical debate. Researchers at Cornell University’s Creative Machines Lab have demonstrated this ... FULL ARTICLE AT Chronicle of Higher Education

About this topic

Wikipedia

Cornell University located in Ithaca, New York, USA, is a private university with four state-supported statutory or contract colleges. Its two medical campuses are in New York City and Education City, Qatar. Cornell is one of two private land grant universities, and a member of the Ivy League. The student body consists of over 13,000 undergraduate and 6,000 graduate students from all fifty states... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

Timeline of coverage

  1. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-07
    2014-03-07
  2. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-08
    2014-03-08
  3. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-09
    2014-03-09
  4. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-10
    2014-03-10
  5. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-11
    2014-03-11
  6. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-12
    2014-03-12
  7. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-13
    2014-03-13
  8. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-14
    2014-03-14
  9. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-15
    2014-03-15
  10. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-16
    2014-03-16
  11. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-17
    2014-03-17
  12. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-18
    2014-03-18
  13. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-19
    2014-03-19
  14. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-20
    2014-03-20
  15. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-21
    2014-03-21
  16. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-22
    2014-03-22
  17. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-23
    2014-03-23
  18. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-24
    2014-03-24
  19. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-25
    2014-03-25
  20. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-26
    2014-03-26
  21. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-27
    2014-03-27
  22. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-28
    2014-03-28
  23. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-29
    2014-03-29
  24. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-30
    2014-03-30
  25. Click to see all coverage from 2014-03-31
    2014-03-31
  26. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-01
    2014-04-01
  27. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-02
    2014-04-02
  28. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-03
    2014-04-03
  29. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-04
    2014-04-04
  30. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-05
    2014-04-05
  31. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-06
    2014-04-06
  32. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-07
    2014-04-07
  33. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-08
    2014-04-08
  34. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-09
    2014-04-09
  35. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-10
    2014-04-10
  36. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-11
    2014-04-11
  37. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-12
    2014-04-12
  38. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-13
    2014-04-13
  39. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-14
    2014-04-14
  40. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-15
    2014-04-15
  41. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-16
    2014-04-16
  42. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-17
    2014-04-17
  43. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-18
    2014-04-18
  44. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-19
    2014-04-19
  45. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-20
    2014-04-20
  46. Click to see all coverage from 2014-04-21
    2014-04-21

Login

Login to make editorial changes to the current page.

Login Cancel

Close