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Are plants intelligent? It depends on the definition

Chemical ecologist Andre Kessler makes an argument for plant intelligence, citing goldenrod's flexible, real-time, adaptive responses when eaten.

  • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Communication
  • Environment
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A new study suggests that the gender of an AI’s voice can positively tweak the dynamics of gender-imbalanced teams and could help inform the design of bots used for human-AI teamwork.

  • Communication
  • Department of Communication
  • Behavior
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A multidisciplinary team of researchers tested several methods of data visualization in an immersive virtual reality classroom to give teachers a way to gauge how their gaze was distributed.

  • Communication
  • Department of Communication
  • Behavior
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For the first time, the breadth and depth of Cornell’s international footprint has been chronicled in a book: “Beyond Borders: Exploring the History of Cornell’s Global Dimensions.”

  • Department of Communication
  • Communication
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With the end of another academic year in sight, we’d like to recognize the CALS class of 2024.
  • Animal Science
  • Department of Communication
  • Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
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Meet our faculty: Monica Cornejo
Meet Monica Cornejo, assistant professor, Department of Communication.
  • Department of Communication
  • Communication
  • Health + Nutrition
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Spotlight

However, Lane's radiating confidence wasn't inherent from a young age. Instead, it was something that was learned, something that was impressed upon her at Cornell, where she graduated from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. It just...
  • Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
  • Communication
A female faculty member standing on a stage in a large performance hall to students scattered in the chairs below

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In normal times, an audience of that size would be a sparse turnout for a venue that can accommodate more than 1,300. But due to the need for social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there are just 100 available spots scattered...
  • Department of Communication
  • Communication