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.
Weill Cornell Medical College physicians Lewis C. Cantley and Catherine Lord have been elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
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.
Using a technique that illuminates subtle changes in individual proteins, chemistry researchers have uncovered new insight into the underlying causes of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
Students presented findings from their Cornell Cooperative Extension summer internships that directly benefit New York state residents on campus Oct. 7.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.