News

10/21/2014
Scientists at the Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based Sciences and Education have been working for the last decade on research and development of an Energy Recovery Linac as a new X-ray light source. The research has led to the creation of a new particle accelerator, which offers a wide range of applications beyond the ERL.
10/21/2014
Weill Cornell Medical College physicians Lewis C. Cantley and Catherine Lord have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
10/21/2014
Six Cornell professors – each with distinctive areas of study – provided 10-minute presentations on the university’s international impact at Bailey Hall on Oct. 17.
10/20/2014
Using a technique that illuminates subtle changes in individual proteins, chemistry researchers have uncovered new insight into the underlying causes of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
10/20/2014
Students presented findings from their Cornell Cooperative Extension summer internships that directly benefit New York state residents on campus Oct. 7.
10/20/2014
A major upgrade to compact undulators will make the quality of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source's X-rays competitive with the world’s best synchrotron light sources.
10/17/2014
Science filmmaker Charles Engelman enlisted Cornell Outdoor Education’s Tree Climbing Institute as a partner to make a film on trees after winning National Geographic’s Expedition Granted 2014.
10/17/2014
A new study reveals that white blood cells called eosinophils start a chain reaction that stops the body from launching a chemical attack on parasites.
10/16/2014
Venture capitalist Dan Miller '78 asked Cornell students to leverage their degrees in agriculture, engineering and business to become clean tech entrepreneurs in a campus talk Oct. 7.
10/16/2014
Nobel economics laureate Robert F. Engle, M.S. ’66, Ph.D. ’69, will give a Sesquicentennial lecture, "The Prospects for Global Financial Stability," Oct. 24.