With enough warmth and admiration to fill an expanding universe, colleagues, family and friends of Joe Burns, dedicated a brand-new office – the Joseph Burns Faculty Office – in the renovated Upson Hall.
Eight engineering students from Cornell traveled to Calcha, Bolivia, during summer break for an eight-week bridge-building project during which they developed bonds with the community there.
A team of students, led by associate professor Mason Peck, is attempting to send a CubeSat, a small satellite made from readily available hardware, into orbit around the moon with water as propellant.
Thomas Seeley and four engineers from Georgia Tech will share the Fifth Annual Golden Goose Award for the honeybee algorithm, which adapted basic bee research to the $50 billion web hosting industry.
Some of Cornell's best scientists working on how the brain works will gather Sept. 29 for the Cornell Neurotech Mong Family Foundation Symposium. It features three alumni winners of the 2015 Brain Prize.
Using low-amplitude vibration, researchers show the ability to control the flow rate of a dense liquid. This discovery has potential applications in advanced technology fields, including 3-D printing.
Ritch Savin-Williams, professor emeritus of developmental psychology, has written the new book Becoming Who I Am: Young Men on Being Gay, with stories of 'proud, popular' men.
Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management today announced a new dual MBA/M.S. degree program for health care leaders.
Cornell's new faculty fellowship in fisheries and aquatic sciences named for Dwight A. Webster, the professor of Fishery Biology who laid the groundwork for the Adirondack Fishery Research Program.
The Schwartz Research Fund for Women in the Life Sciences is accepting applications, due Nov. 1, for two grants of up to $15,000 each.