Historian Heather Thompson, will discuss her award-winning book about the 1971 Attica Prison uprising Tuesday, March 7, as part of the Freedom Interrupted series.
An interdisciplinary team of Cornell researchers is investigating a system for using housefly larvae to biodegrade manure and harvest the larvae for use as protein-rich animal feed.
A Cornell-led group has demonstrated the ability to produce deep-ultraviolet emission using an LED light source, potentially solving several problems related to quantum efficiency of current devices.
The natural life cycle of cells that line the intestine is critical to preserving stable conditions in the gut, according to new research led by a Weill Cornell Medicine investigator.
David Archambault II, chairman of Standing Rock Sioux Nation, spoke on campus Feb. 16 as part of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' Department of Natural Resources seminar series.
Hunting for habitable exoplanets now may be easier: Cornell astronomers report that hydrogen pouring from volcanic sources on planets could improve the chances of locating life in the cosmos.
A CIS Seminar Series on the Emergence of Intelligent Machines will address a wide range of topics and questions raised by artificial intelligence. The lectures are scheduled for Monday evenings through May 1.
This February's warm weather is nice in the Northeast, but apple farmers may pay a price if winter roars back. To help growers assess temperatures, Cornell has developed a new Apple Freeze Risk tool.
A newly discovered type of genetic mutation in cancer cells may provide clues about the disease's origins and offer new therapeutic targets, according to research from Weill Cornell Medicine and the New York Genome Center.
A Cornell research group, led by chemistry professor Geoffrey Coates, has developed a multiblock polymer that has the potential to improve the way 78 million tons of plastics is recycled each year.