Cornell researchers have developed a chemical tool to control inflammation that is activated by ultraviolet light, which will allow scientists to study inflammation and the immune system.
Dealing with controversy, and consulting with the right constituencies, are part of the job of leading a university, Interim President Hunter Rawlings told students as guest lecturer in the class Economics of the University.
Ahmed Ahmed '17, a biological sciences major, is one of 32 students selected for a 2017 Rhodes Scholarship.
A Cornell-led team has devised a method for measuring the mechanical force cells exert on their surroundings, which can help scientists design better biomaterial scaffolds for tissue engineering.
Three faculty members - development economist Chris Barrett, mechanical engineer Sidney Leibovich and medical mycologist Dr. Thomas Walsh - have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Taken from the bottom of the marine food chain, microalgae may soon become a top-tier contender to combat global warming, climate change and food insecurity, according to Cornell researchers in Oceanography.
Cornell researchers have discovered a biological mechanism that helps convert nitrogen-based fertilizer into nitrous oxide, an ozone-depleting greenhouse gas.
Cornell experts issued a report this week outlining the opportunities and challenges facing the state's farmers and food producers as emerging digital technologies shape the agricultural industry.
Collars with tags that carry an accelerometer – the same technology used in Fitbits for people – are effective non-invasive tools for tracking the health of dairy cows.
Elissa Cohen '12 gave a talk on campus Nov. 3 about how her minor in inequality and other courses helped prepare her for a job at the Urban Institute's Income and Benefits Policy Center.