MicroGen's nanotechnology based energy harvester – researched and developed by the company at the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility – begins commercial scale production this summer.
Two Cornell researchers are world experts in studies of little-known plant transport proteins that may be key to easing the ever-growing global food needs.
One-third of Facebook users deactivate their accounts temporarily and 11 percent completely quit, reports a Cornell study.
Over spring break, 26 Cornell students offered legal education to disenfranchised Panamanians through the student group Global Law Brigade.
Cornell researchers have developed a new mild onion that has chefs crying – tears of joy.
Researchers have explained the physics behind why glass breaks differently than seashells or bone.
New research could help forest managers plan when and where to ignite small controlled burns to reduce dry vegetation and restore the ecosystem.
A million-year record of several thousand earthquakes in Chile reveals that widely used earthquake modeling may be too simple.
Visualizing the future enables robots to provide assistance without getting in the way.