A tradition of cosmology research on campus has given birth to a vigorous effort by a new generation of cosmologists to understand the thermal radiation left over from the Big Bang.
Small flying robots can replace light stands for a photo shoot, automatically adjusting their position for the best effects.
The third annual Student Organic Seed Symposium, held at Cornell Aug. 17-21, drew several dozen students and professors, nonprofit representatives and seed company officials to the Finger Lakes region for a week of tours, lectures and networking.
Steven Strogatz collaborated with Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers to reveal the vast untapped potential of New York City’s taxi system, with results that could be applied to other urban areas.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack met with Cornell faculty members July 29 to learn about solutions in the realm of dairy, nutrition and climate change.
A book on international development co-edited by a Cornell professor has spawned a website for continuing discussion.
A computer model study reveals – for the first time – details of an energy-creating process vital and unique to cancer cells, which holds promise for new interventions.
At the annual New York Farm Day July 29 in Washington, D.C., the Empire State’s agricultural bounty was on display; many products had direct connections to Cornell.
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is one of the most important speeches in history, said Professor Allen Guelzo, of Gettysburg College, in Bailey Hall July 30. And for very good reasons, he said.
In order to stabilize their flight, fruit flies sense the orientation of their bodies every time they beat their wings – one beat about every 4 milliseconds.