The Research Navigator Initiative workshop brought together faculty with extension educators to talk about new ways to perform and use research June 25-26.
Popples, an apple-flavored treat created by Cornell food science students, earned first place in the national Institute of Food Technologists product development competition held in New Orleans June 27.
About 40 percent of the oil and gas wells in parts of the Marcellus shale region will likely leak methane, says a Cornell-led research team that examined well records in Pennsylvania.
In a new paper, assistant professor of animal science Vimal Selvaraj provides further proof that the textbooks are wrong when it comes to the translocator protein.
For the ever-shrinking transistor, there may be a new game in town. Cornell researchers have demonstrated promising electronic performance from a semiconducting compound called molybdenum sulfide.
Cornell researchers have identified a type of immune system cell that prevents a patient’s body from attacking donor cells after a bone marrow transplant.
CUAir took first in flight/mission and second place overall at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’s 12th annual Student Unmanned Aerial Systems competition, June 18-22.
Testifying in Washington before the U.S. House of Representatives, professor Jonathan Lunine and Purdue President Mitch Daniels urged lawmakers to send astronauts to Mars.
The new Cornell Estimated Breeding Value website can now provide the public with information on a dog breed's propensity for a hip and elbow dysplasia (malformation).
Astronomer Lisa Kaltenegger, leader of a research group at the Max Planck Institute, joins the Cornell astronomy faculty as an associate professor to work on the age-old question: Are we alone in the universe?