Forms: Their rhythms, shapes, designs
Caroline Levine studies forms, not just in art and literature but also how they shape our sociopolitical structures.
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Research Around the University
One-third of Ph.D.s lose interest in academic careers, but not for lack of jobs
Epigenetic code plays a role in acute myeloid leukemia
Oak wilt found in six new New York locations
Study: Binge drinking cuts chance of landing a job by 10 percent
Cornell veterinary scientists' cow-by-cow search for Cryptosporidium, Giardia microbes aims to clean up drinking water supply at the source
Undergraduates use Cornell supercomputer for summer research
New study sheds light on mysterious plant compounds
Nanosensors measure fat in live cells
Deer eating habits have lasting damage on forests
New Yorkers worried about health care costs, less about quality of care
Cornell Global Research Stories
Cornell research delivers results that matter all around the world.