Words with the “hard e” (/ē/) sound are preferred, especially when asking favors of "Mommy."
Air warfare "norms" are still evolving, authors say in "American Way of Bombing."
Cornell engineers are adding their expertise in robot autonomy to the DARPA Robotics Challenge, a multi-year, international prize competition sponsored by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
A team led by Tobias Hanrath, associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has demonstrated controlled fusion of semiconductor quantum dots within a nanoreactor cage of rusty particles.
Researchers have identified a new virus that as the culprit in a massive die off of sea stars native to the Pacific coast of North America.
Professor Gerald “Jerry” Feigenson, professor of molecular biology and genetics, uses a variety of techniques to engage his students.
Cornell's corpse plant bloomed for the first time in March 2012, attracting more than 10,000 visitors over five days, and is expected to bloom again in the next few days.
An ILR School study finds that a feeling of entitlement leads to greater creativity, a finding that has implications for the work place.
Astronomy graduate students Andy Bohn, François Hébert and William Throwe contributed to the visualization of black holes in the new movie "Interstellar."
Two scientists, an atheist and a Christian, talked about what makes humans human in a Nov. 12 event attended by more than 500 undergraduates.