By modifying timing on the picosecond level, Cornell researchers send undetectable high-bandwidth messages.
There are some 100 million other places in the Milky Way galaxy that could support complex life, say astronomers, who have developed a new computation method to examine planets orbiting other stars.
Teams Pulso and Saund were the spring semester's ECE Innovation Award winners.
Greg Fuchs, assistant professor of applied and engineering physics, has received a Department of Energy early career research award.
Candidate debates prompt more retweeting, not much than original thought.
Settling a long-established debate over the origin of Phytophthora infestans – the pathogen that led to the Irish potato famine in the 1840s – plant scientists now conclude from genetic analyses that it came from Central Mexico and not the Andes.
Researchers will simulate the effects of potential climate change conditions under plastic on plants using small greenhouses at Cornell Plantations.
Psychologist Valerie Reyna and colleagues have developed a computer-based system using artificial intelligence to mimic one-on-one human tutoring to guide women making difficult decisions regarding preventive testing.
With news reports of toxic cadmium-tainted rice in China, a new study describes a transporter in Arabidopsis that holds promise for developing iron-rich, but cadmium-free crops.
Twenty students, faculty and staff members in Cornell’s contract colleges have won State University of New York Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence for 2014.