A collaboration between Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source and materials scientists has yielded greater understanding of what particular nanocrystals look like individually, and how they fit together as they form larger structures called supercrystals.
María Pacheco, M.P.S. ’90, a Fulbright scholar, consultant to the United Nations Foundation, founded Wakami, a company changing the way craftspeople enter the international market.
Chris Xu, professor of applied and engineering physics, joined other academics and industry leaders at the White House Sept. 30 for a conference celebrating progress on the BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative.
Cornell researchers have uncovered details of how the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus enters host cells, findings that offer possible new avenues for treatment.
Jerrold Meinwald, the Goldwin Smith Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, has received the National Medal of Science in chemistry, the national highest honor for scientists and engineers.
A panel of Cornell computer science veterans recalled what it was like to pioneer a new discipline, and predicted new things to come.
Envisioning an increasingly diverse America causes anxiety for a lot of white people, except, that is, whites with a defined “purpose in life,” a Cornell-Carleton University psychology study has found.
An ILR School study finds that speaking accents affect an individual's evaluation and impact perceptions of competence.
International financial crises are altering "American Power," Jonathan Kirshner claims in his most recent book.
Cornell computing researchers have come up with a new principle they call "data smashing" for estimating the similarities between streams of arbitrary data without human intervention, and without access to the data sources.