A pathogenic fungus that infects salamanders and newts has jumped out of Southeast Asia and threatens species worldwide.
A first clinical trial of ultrasmall, multifunctional particles called "C dots" (Cornell dots) has deemed them safe for humans and cleared easily by the body.
Academic experts and industry insiders will gather at Cornell on Dec. 8 for a global summit to discuss new approaches to emerging food system challenges.
Students Cornell Veterinary School, the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs and SUNY-Cortland are raising funds for the Belize Zoo.
The Cornell Center for Materials Research’s JumpStart program, funded by New York state, helps small businesses solve issues with materials.
Third-year Cornell Law School student Fatmata Kabia is raising funds to support the next issue of Memunatu, a magazine she founded that serves West African teenage girls.
Following a campus screening of the documentary film "Farmland," panelists discussed the future of farming Oct. 27.
In his new book, "The Art of Social Theory,” sociologist Richard Swedberg proposes new approaches to creative theorizing.
The five-year, $2.29 million grant supports “exceptionally creative new investigators who propose highly innovative projects that have the potential for unusually high biomedical impact."
The five-year, $875,000 award has gone to 18 of the nation’s most innovative early-career scientists and engineers.