Agronomic Technology Corp. is the first business to "graduate" from the Kevin M. McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences, which held a celebration of this milestone Jan. 8 in Weill Hall.
Theorists and experimentalists working together at Cornell may have found the answer to a major challenge in condensed matter physics: identifying the smoking gun of why “unconventional” superconductivity occurs.
Computerized text analysis of scientific papers in the arXiv repository shows that many authors use text from previous papers of their own and others, not always with attribution.
Food industry professionals, retailers and suppliers gathered to learn a veritable cornucopia of ideas and concepts at the first Cornell Food Systems Global Summit on Dec. 8.
A survey of women who recently gave birth found that many women change their behavior and consume less fish during pregnancy, in spite of receiving recommendations for eating fish during pregnancy.
Researchers report on a revolutionary new procedure that uses 3-D printing and the body’s stem cells to regenerate knee meniscus.
Infants at risk for childhood and adult obesity have a better chance of not becoming overweight if breastfeeding continues beyond two months, nutritional scientists at Cornell have discovered.
Cornell Weill Medical College students are advising undergraduate pre-med students in Ithaca through the the Weill Ithaca Network.
Learning where Listeria dwells can aid the search for other food pathogens.
Researchers have made a breakthrough in nonvolatile memory and instant-on computing with a working, room-temperature memory device that switches with an electric field.