Cornell researchers have contained the spread of destructive golden nematode that would have cost billions in crop losses.
Cornell Tech's Mor Naaman introduced two new apps designed to find usefulness in the see of social media generated data in New York City Dec. 11.
Four students in the Textiles, Apparel and Innovation course have designed products and apparel that ease pain but don't attract attention.
Researchers have 3-D printed a working loudspeaker, complete with plastic, conductive and magnetic parts, seamlessly integrated, and ready for use almost as soon as it comes out of the printer.
At a ceremony at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Dec. 2, the chancellor of the National University of Ireland conferred an honorary doctor of science degree on J.C. Séamus Davis.
Peggy Koenig ’78 has made gift to faculty and to a new technology hub for the Department of Communication.
Cookie Dough Remodel was the winning flavor in this year's ice cream flavor contest. The theme was the remodeled Stocking Hall.
A disturbingly different American landscape is on the horizon if immigration reform in Congress can’t provide enough legal workers, agribusiness panelists predicted Dec. 10 at Cornell.
Music professor Cynthia Johnston Turner and Tyler Ehrlich '14 are inviting Cornellians to become official Google Glass Explorers, and are taking entries via Twitter through Dec. 15.
Four Geneva-based faculty in the Department of Food Science will move to the Ithaca campus over the next two to three years.