In the heat of competition, these sporty clothes help keep you cool. Cornell students in fiber science and apparel design have incorporated the comfort and sensibility of athletic wear with fabric that senses body temperature and can help determine whether an athlete is overheated.
Roseanna N. Zia, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is among this year’s Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award Program winners, announced earlier this month.
College of Veterinary Medicine students Michelle White and Ada Norris have received awards from the Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association.
Cornell engineering students won the Northeast Regional Chem-E-Car competition with model cars controlled entirely by chemical reactions.
Cornell plant breeders have released a new alfalfa variety with some resistance against alfalfa snout beetle, which has ravaged alfalfa fields in New York.
Teresa Danso-Danquah ’15, an ILR School student who has worked on advocating for people with disabilities at Cornell nationally and internationally, has been named a 2014 Truman Scholar.
Using an airplane to detect greenhouse emissions emanating from freshly drilled shale gas wells in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus basin, Cornell and Purdue scientists have found that leaked methane is more of a problem than previously thought.
Creative solutions where voiced when Cornell researchers asked public officials: What to do about childhood obesity?
Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source has received its requested National Science Foundation grant renewal of up to $100 million over five years, securing the national X-ray facility’s near-term future.
Cornell is the major research partner in a consortium that is creating culturally acceptable insurance products to reduce the impact of extreme weather on some of the developing world’s most vulnerable populations.