Cornell researchers have developed an efficient method for the assembly of biologically compatible, antibacterial synthetic macromolecules, the composition of which can be precisely adjusted.
Researchers from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab have uncovered ways to nudge clients to make healthier food choices in community food pantries.
The scent of graham crackers, wine-infused mustard and frozen Greek yogurt permeates the noses of students in Food Science 4000, where Cornell seniors draw on their knowledge to aid New York food businesses.
Plant scientists have discovered a tiny percentage of regulatory DNA that accounts for roughly half of the variation in observable traits found in corn.
Searching vast cosmic communities like real estate agents rifling through listings, Cornell astronomers now hunt for aging, habitable exoplanets flourishing in old star, red giant neighborhoods.
Anxiety, avoidance and a heightened response to stress can be transmitted from mother to child by multiple nongenetic mechanisms, a new study by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine shows.
Everyone is invited to play computer games created by Cornell students at the annual Game Design Initiative at Cornell showcase May 20 in Carpenter Hall.
In the second season of the Inside Medicine online video series, Weill Cornell Medicine chronicles three stories emblematic of the institution’s dedication to translational research.
Alex Bancroft, 9, suffers from Chron's disease but has found answers from Weill Cornell Medicine pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Thomas Ciecierega, an associate professor of pediatrics.
With an aim to create clean, renewable geothermal energy projects, and to cooperate in research and education, Cornell and Geothermal Resource Park Iceland have signed a memorandum of agreement.