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New technology promises fast, accurate stroke diagnosis

Minutes count when treating stroke, but current diagnostics take as long as three hours, careful lab work, and skilled technicians to arrive at a conclusive diagnosis. Scientists at Cornell University's Baker Institute for Animal Health...Show More Summary

Osteoarthritis Finding Sheds New Light on HA Injection Controversy

A discovery by Cornell University bioengineers is shedding new light on the controversy surrounding a common treatment for osteoarthritis that has divided the medical community over its effectiveness.

Guys Eat More Pizza To Impress Women, Says Study

Guys overeat in an attempt to impress women, according to researchers from Cornell University.

Science discovers men eat 93% more pizza when trying to impress women

When it comes to scientific studies about the differences between the sexes, very little fertile ground has been left unturned. A new study from Cornell University proves this point, as they studied the […]

Men Eat More Pizza While Trying To Woo Women, Says Science

There's no question that pizza is a life-giving force, one capable of ending war, healing illness, and erasing the Star Wars prequels from your memory. It also might be a mating call of sorts—a new study from Cornell University says that men eat 93 percent more pizza when trying to impress a woman than when feasting in the company of other men. [ more › ]

Important Study Finds That Men Eat More Pizza When Trying to Impress Women 

According to researchers at Cornell University, men consume 93% more pizza when trying to impress a woman. The study, which we saw via the Los Angeles Times, found that men ate significantly more pizza and salad when eating with a woman than with another man. Read more...

Why Men Stuff Their Faces to Impress Women

A study out of Cornell University has found that men tend to load up their plate a hell of a lot more at the buffet when they're eating with a lady-friend.

In the Presence of Women, Guys Stuff Their Faces

In what is likely an attempt to "show off," men eat more in the presence of women than other men, according to new research out of Cornell University. In fact, in the study published this month in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science, researchers say that of the 105 adults they...

Man Eat Food In Front of Lady, Lady Impressed

Have you noticed that the men you are with eat a lot? It's not your imagination, according to a new study published in Evolutionary Psychological Science last week. In a small experiment of 105 adults performed by Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab, researchers found that men who were on... More »

Here’s a glimpse of Cornell’s new tech campus, the future of NY startup scene

For three years, Cornell University has been promising New York City a technology campus to rival Stanford University. Today, the university and its partners revealed the first glimpse of Cornell Technion, the campus to come. During a press briefing, Cornell Tech’s senior director of capital projects, Andrew Winters, gave an overview of the campus and what […]

Eating to impress

If you're a man, how much you eat may have more to do with the gender of your dining companions than your appetite. A new Cornell University study, published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science, found that men will eat significantly more food in the company of women than they will with other men. read more

The False Claim that Soda, Junk Food Don't Matter in Obesity

It was an irresistible news nugget for watercooler chit chat: A press release from Cornell University announced “Candy, soda and fast food are not driving the rising obesity trend in the U.S.” What followed were headlines such as Junk Food Isn't To Blame for America's Obesity Epidemic, from Fortune, and [...]

NAACP Head on Mizzou Protests: Students Are Constrained by ‘Racial Animus’

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

NAACP President Cornell William Brooks appeared on CNN tonight to offer his support for the University of Missouri students protesting to make sure they are able to live in a safe learning environment.

Turns Out Junk Food Isn't To Blame For Obesity

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

A diet of soda, fries and gummy worms is certainly not an Rx for healthfulness. But according to a new study from Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab, junk and fast foods aren't to blame for America's obesity epidemic. This new finding...Show More Summary

Cornell Study Suggests Soda, Junk Food Not Why We're Fat

ndulgences like sodas and junk foods have long been blamed as the prime culprits responsible for worrying obesity trends across the United States. But a new analysis by a pair of Cornell University researchers suggests that, for the majority of the population, those food and drink choices may not be the scourge of the American waistline as commonly imagined.

The Psychological Case Against Tipping

Michael Lynn, a Cornell University professor and one of the nation’s leading experts on the psychology of tipping, has studied this at length. In one 2001 review of the literature, for example, Lynn analyzed 14 studies on more than 2,645 bills at 21 restaurants.

Study Finds You CAN Buy Happiness

By Yoga Journal Putting your energy and cash toward gratifying experiences rather than material things can lead to greater happiness and well-being, according to Cornell University scientists. They analyzed studies on the joy derived...Show More Summary

WELL, THIS CERTAINLY REFUTES HIS THESIS: Cornell University Kicks Jesse Watters Off Campus for Aski…

WELL, THIS CERTAINLY REFUTES HIS THESIS: Cornell University Kicks Jesse Watters Off Campus for Asking About Liberal Bias.

Jesse Watters of The O’Reilly Factor Kicked Off Cornell University Campus

last monthNews : Mediaite

Bill O'Reilly sent The O'Reilly Factor's producer Jesse Watters to the campus of Cornell University to interview students about a recent newspaper article claiming that 96 percent of faculty donations went to Democratic candidates. Watters was subsequently kicked off campus by the university's media officials, who refused to grant him permission to interview students on campus.

Unraveling the complex, intertwined electron phases in a superconductor

UPTON, NY--A team led by researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and Cornell University has characterized a key arrangement of electrons in a high-temperature superconductor, a material that can conduct electricity with almost no energy loss without being ultra-chilled. read more

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