Mike Hoffmann, associate dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, discussed climate change issues July 29 for the Agricultural Working Group of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in Washington, D.C.
NASA’s Opportunity Mars rover now holds the off-Earth roving distance record after surpassing 25 miles of driving on the red planet.
Two Cornell hydrologists have examined drinking water in a potential hydraulic fracturing area in New York’s Southern Tier, determining that it is safe to drink and within federal guidelines.
Cornell researchers led by architecture professor Jenny Sabin have developed 3-D-printed, interlocking ceramic bricks that require no mortar and make efficient use of materials.
Ten participants of the Nuffield Scholar Global Focus Program, seeking inspiration for their businesses back home in Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Ireland and the U.K., spent a week touring Cornell’s agricultural facilities.
Cornell experiment proves the theory that magnetism drives high-temperature superconductors.
Brewery owners, farmers and home brewers gathered at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, N.Y., July 12 to see its new hop yard and hear advice about growing hops from experts and peers alike.
For four days in late June, Cornell researchers tested the newest version of their GPS ‘spoofing’ detector, which allows them to differentiate between real or fake GPS signals.
Testifying before the United States Senate Committee on Finance July 24, Cornell's Richard Burkhauser outlined how to make changes to save the SSDI program.
A new phase of matter known as topological insulators, until recently known only for esoteric quantum-mechanical properties, might have a practical use in controlling magnetic memory and logic devices.