A $20 million business competition and business support program is accepting applications from innovative, clean-energy businesses seeking to locate in New York’s 11-county Southern Tier. Application deadline is March 15.
Four Cornell assistant professors have been honored by the National Science Foundation with Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Awards, with funding totaling more than $1.2 million.
A Feb. 26 symposium, Oil and the Human: Views from the East and South, will consider the relationship of oil with everyday life, politics and art across Africa, Latin America, Russia and East Asia.
Analysis of three unusual electric fish specimens collected over a 13-year period in Gabon, Africa, led Cornell researchers to describe two new species and an entirely new genus.
After examining hidden density waves from Saturn’s B-ring, astronomers confirm that this circular object is as lightweight as it is opaque, as published in Icarus.
Dexter Kozen, the Joseph Newton Pew Jr. Professor in Engineering, is the 2016 recipient of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATSC) Award.
A Cornell student entry will compete in the Pearson Coding Contest to develop educational software.
Cornell researchers have a faster way to help search and recommendation systems rank results by your preferences.
Six panelists, including Cornell faculty, provided a review Feb. 3 of proceedings from the COP21 climate change summit in Paris, before a spirited audience at the Tompkins County Public Library.
Cornell chemists Cornell researchers are studying how photovoltaic materials can use solar energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, hoping to make the process more efficient and less expensive.