Researchers are studying how to harness potato plants’ natural response to environmental stress to develop a sustainable pest control strategy that increases crop yields and reduces insect damage.
The 2014 Geospatial In-Service workshop taught 4-H leaders about global positioning systems and other related tools, which participants plan to introduce to their New York counties.
Robots can learn new tasks from step by step instructions in natural language, even if the instructions are poorly worded or incomplete.
Reuben A. Munday ’69, MPS ’74, and Cheryl Casselberry Munday ’72 have endowed a distinguished annual lectureship at Cornell’s Africana Studies and Research Center.
Jesse Goldberg, assistant professor of neurobiology, received a four-year, $240,000 grant intended to help him investigate pressing global health problems.
A Cornell entomologist studies housefly resistance to pesticides in dairy farms and offers strategies for more effective control.
A new study contradicts previous findings that the onset of puberty alone influences sexual behavior in young women and identifies genetic influences that play a far larger role that previously thought.
Francis Moon, the Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering Emeritus, has published his ninth book, "Social Networks in the History of Innovation and Invention."
Now you don’t see it. Now, you do. Astronomers have discovered a bright, mysterious geologic object – where one never existed – on Cassini mission radar images from Titan, a moon of Saturn.
Better understanding of mosquito seminal fluid proteins – transferred from males to females during mating – may hold keys to controlling the Asian tiger mosquito, which transmits deadly diseases.