Cornell's Saul Teukolsky and Lawrence Kidder have earned a share in the Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics – a $3 million award - for their work on gravitational waves.
Ten Cornell faculty in the social sciences, humanities and arts will be next year’s Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future faculty-in-residence fellows working on sustainability projects.
Agribusiness expert Todd Schmit of the Dyson School has created a toolkit to evaluate the economic benefits of investing in local and regional food systems.
Cornell's new Sutton Road solar farm, a facility that will offset 40 percent of the electricity at the university's agricultural experiment station in Geneva, New York, has become operational.
Having mapped cell-phone signal strength, Cornell researchers find that low-income regions receive less network coverage compared to their affluent counterparts.
Minglin Ma, assistant professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, has won a Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award, worth $300,000 over three years.
Biology professor and bee expert Thomas Seeley's new book, Following the Wild Bees, is a celebration of the outdoors and a practical guide to the methods and craft of hunting wild honeybees.
A Cornell-led international team of researchers has developed a way to harden natural calcite by a factor of two or more through the addition of amino acids aspartic acid and glycine.
Reposting or otherwise sharing messages creates a cognitive overload that interferes with learning and retaining the content.
Jessica Cooper ’07 delivered the biennial Glenn H. Beyer Memorial Lecture April 27 on campus. She is executive vice president and director of sustainability at Delos Solutions.