Lindsay Springer, an accidental wine expert and a graduate student in the field of food science, won the Graduate Research Award March 24 for her work in red wine quality.
Swati Sureka ‘15, a student in the College of Arts and Sciences, is the only student in the United States this year to receive a Keasbey Scholarship to pursue graduate study in the United Kingdom for two years.
A five-year, $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will help Cornell researchers plan to test a recipe to lower childhood obesity while boosting the bottom line for farmers.
Three computer science students will spend this summer as paid interns in small startup companies, helpinmg them with their problems and getting a crash course in entrepreneurship.
In the war against ebola, Cornell University and two partners will rethink, reimagine and re-engineer protective suits for healthcare workers on the front line.
Decision-making tools for cancer treatment should incorporate patient's 'essential bottom line,' according to Valerie F. Reyna, professor of human development in Cornell’s College of Human Ecology.
A scientific finding that demonstrates specific genes influencing the effect of dietary nutrition on immunity provides insights that may one day inform personalized medicine.
A new initiative offers hope for African small farms by helping ensure that new seed varieties with higher yields make it through the supply chain from breeders to farmers.
Indoor spaces offer a new research frontier for studies in ecology and evolutionary biology of organisms that live inside built environments, according to a paper authored by a Cornell graduate student.
Weill Cornell Medical College's Dr. Lewis C. Cantley has won the 2015 Canada Gairdner International Award from the Gairdner Foundation for his groundbreaking discovery of a family of enzymes that are fundamental to understanding cancer.