Matthew Willmann, director of the new Plant Transformation Facility, is harnessing precision technology to create transgenic and gene-edited plants on campus for Cornell researchers.
Weill Cornell Medicine announced May 26 that it has been awarded a Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations Grant to enable scientists to develop maps of 54 cities.
Members of the Class of 2016 were recognized at the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Hooding Ceremony May 28 in Bailey Hall.
Cornell Tech's Open Studio, at which prospective graduates present ideas for apps, start-up businesses and other inventions, attracted 500 people May 20 in Manhattan.
Weill Cornell Medicine conferred degrees on 139 medical doctors, 62 Ph.D.s, 34 physician assistants and 23 with Master of Science degrees at Carnegie Hall May 25.
Six engineering doctoral students will spend the summer and the fall semester exploring the potential to turn their research into a business as the first commercialization fellows.
Thirty-three seniors from Cornell's seven undergraduate colleges are honored as Merrill Presidential Scholars in ceremony May 25 in Willard Straight Hall Memorial Room.
Women haven’t reached parity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, but progressive policies could help, said Sharon Sassler at the Empowering Women in Science and Engineering Symposium.
A new 3-D printing system developed by Cornell researchers allows designers to test and modify a prototype while printing is in progress.
A Cornell-led team of researchers has displayed the ability to alter superconductor strontium ruthenate's electrical properties through strain, or 'stretching', of a thin film of the material.