Where once the Colorado River flowed with 5 trillion gallons of water into its verdant delta at the Gulf of California, that gush has trickled to zero. Cornell and Paleontological Research Institution researchers gathered baseline samples to understand the delta’s ecological profile.
Peering deep into the Milky Way galaxy’s center from a high-flying observatory, Cornell astronomers have discovered identical, rare stars whose dusty and gaseous garb is strictly influenced by an intrusive cluster of neighbors.
Cornell researchers are joining collaborators from across the country to form the Canine Longevity Consortium - the first research network to study canine aging with hopes of gleaning insights into human aging.
Performing Arts for Social Change, a program of the Center for Transformative Action, uses theater to help empower people to express themselves and stage their stories.
Cornell scientists have created the first vaccines that can prevent metritis, one of the most common cattle diseases. The infection not only harms animals and farmers’ profits but also drives more systemic antibiotic use on dairy farms than any other disease.
Alumni experts and Cornell faculty addressed hundreds of Bay Area alumni at the 14th Cornell Silicon Valley conference April 1.
The Bulgarian ambassador to the United States discussed the rapidly changing politics of Russia and Eastern Europe in a campus talk April 8.
The Bulgarian ambassador to the United States discussed the rapidly changing politics of Russia and Eastern Europe in a campus talk April 7.
Unlocking ways to monitor a key nutrient, new Cornell research unveils a potentially sensitive method to test for zinc deficiency, a vital measurement that has posed problems for doctors and scientists.
The tiger beetle, known for its speed and agility, does a stunningly optimal reorientation dance as it chases its prey at blinding speeds, Cornell mechanical engineers have observed.