New research by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators could offer researchers a new scientific avenue to pursue treatments for X-linked chromosomal diseases in females such as Rett syndrome.
As the drought continues, Cornell's Residential Programs and the Office of Sustainability are launching “Energy Smackdown: Every Drop Counts,” a six-week conservation competition among residence halls.
The Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine's seventh annual Veterinary Public Health Symposium Sept. 9-11 featured talks by a range of veterinarians, epidemiologists and public health officials.
A new award from the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences will digitize glass models of marine invertebrates, punk music flyers, labor movement archives and plans for archaeological site.
A new award from the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences will digitize glass models of marine invertebrates, punk music fliers, labor movement archives and plans for archaeological site.
A new data-driven approach developed by Weill Cornell Medicine scientists detects toxic side effects that may disqualify drugs from human use.
Faculty, staff and students gathered Sept. 9 in Morrill Hall to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Department of Science and Technology Studies and the department's move to new space in Morrill.
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.