News

09/22/2014
A new study published in Cancer Research links an enzyme to cancer development.
09/22/2014
The latest and greatest scientific achievements at the nanoscale were on display at the 2014 Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility annual meeting, which featured a lineup of speakers in materials science, biomedical engineering and more.
09/18/2014
Philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will be on campus Oct. 1 to dedicate Bill & Melinda Gates Hall, the new Computing and Information Science building, and to engage in a public event in Bailey Hall.
09/18/2014
Pupils with incarcerated fathers are more likely to repeat grades, a Cornell study finds.
09/18/2014
Procuring the sun’s vital energy, Cornell has electrifying news: The Cornell Snyder Road Solar Farm – teeming with 6,778 freshly installed photovoltaic panels, is set to go live Sept. 19.
09/18/2014
A comprehensive study of gene expression in tomato fruits will explore unanswered questions about fruit development and drought resistance, to improve crop quality and yields.
09/17/2014
A genetically engineered tobacco plant, developed with two genes from blue-green algae (cyanobacteria), holds promise for improving the yields of many food crops.
09/16/2014
More than 30 Human Ecology students, staff and faculty have signed on to become Green Ambassadors who will lead a peer-to-peer campaign to conserve campus resources and promote a culture of sustainability across the college.
09/16/2014
Christine Leuenberger, senior lecturer in the Department of Science and Technology Studies, reports on spending summer 2014 in Jerusalem.
09/15/2014
Csaba Csaki and colleagues theorize a possible solution to a longstanding mystery bolstered by the recent discovery of the Higgs boson – a way to preserve the theory of supersymmetry.