Research published Feb. 8 in Science Translational Medicine helps explain the connection between Crohn's disease and arthritis.
Finding new ways to study cancer and how it spreads is the goal of the Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism, a new translational research program between the College of Engineering and Weill Cornell Medicine.
Seth M. Siegel, author of Let There Be Water: Israel's Solution for a Water-Starved World, discussed spreading awareness of the global water problem before it becomes a humanitarian crisis Feb. 6.
Eva Tardos, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Computer Science, has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science Award.
Karen Pinkus, professor of Romance studies and comparative literature, has written Fuel: A Speculative Dictionary, to scramble our thinking about fuel as distinct from energy.
The Cornell Center for Materials Research JumpStart program announced funding for six companies to participate in university collaborations.
For years, scientists had believed that Mars' carbon dioxide-filled atmosphere helped melt the planet's bountiful ice into flowing rivers, streams and ponds billions of years ago. Now there is doubt.
A Cornell water sensor technology that began as basic research is blooming into a business that fills a vital need for grape, nut, apple and other growers.