A Cornell scientist and a Boyce Thompson Institute researcher have been named Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholars.
A study reveals how melatonin, a time-keeping hormone, and daily light cycles keep a nocturnal fish singing through the night.
Fourteen new projects funded with 2016 Engaged Curriculum Grants are underway. With an additional eight teams receiving renewal funding, the grants involve 93 faculty and staff team members, and 29 departments.
Debates showcase personality says Sam Nelson, ILR School senior lecturer and director of the Cornell Speech and Debate Society, who predicts big audiences for the presidential debates.
To find the detailed building blocks of life in the cosmos, a new instrument will be placed on NASA’s SOFIA – the airliner-based Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy - by Professor Gordon Stacey.
Engineers devise, atom-by-atom, a room-temperature magnetoelectric multiferroic out of lutetium iron oxide, a discovery that could lead to advances in computer memory technology.
Adam Berry '18, a chemical and biomolecular engineering major, traveled to Germany over the summer to conduct research as part of the International Research Experience for Undergraduates program.
As the university remains at a second-stage drought level, Cornell Dining has developed a new recipe to curtail water use. The effort is paying off, while the system saves 30,000 gallons on water each day.
One group seems immune to the rush of self-esteem that comes with an online thumbs-up: people with a sense of purpose, which limits how reactive people are to positive feedback on social media.
The Fifth Biennial Urie Bronfenbrenner Conference at Cornell Sept. 15-16 shined the spotlight the children of incarcerated parents and featured a multidisciplinary mix of scholars.