Cornell mathematicians offer a new way of seeing the Abelian sandpile fractal, by quantifying how its formation depends on its original square grid.
Cornell applied physicists have demonstrated an unprecedented method of control over electron spins using extremely high-frequency sound waves.
In Cornell's young wine and grape program, a former graduate student and two professors have earned 2015 scientific paper of the year honors from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.
Dr. Harold Varmus, director of the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health, is internationally recognized for his research on retroviruses and the genetic basis of cancer.
Cornell researchers have developed a new technique to understand the actions of key proteins required for cancer cells to proliferate. This could help guide the development of drugs currently in clinical trials.
Dr. Silvia C. Formenti, an international expert in the use of radiation therapy for the treatment of cancer, has been appointed chair of the newly established Department of Radiation Oncology at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Princeton theoretical physicist William Bialek will lecture on "More Perfect than We Imagined: A Physicist's View of Life" Wednesday, March 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Schwartz Auditorium, Rockefeller Hall.
Cornell students were immersed into “expeditionary learning” this January in a rural Taos, New Mexico, high school. They worked on multidisciplinary projects that get students out into the community.
A Cornell-led study of the genome and RNA of hookworm reveals for the first time which genes are activated and deactivated during key phases of infection. The findings could lead to more effective treatments.
Rats in New York City were found to carry a flea species capable of transmitting plague pathogens, according to a new study from a team of researchers from Cornell and Columbia.