NASA’s Cassini and Huygen’s missions have provided a wealth of data about chemical elements found on Saturn’s moon Titan, and Cornell scientists have uncovered a chemical trail that suggests prebiotic conditions may exist there.
The Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes hosted a Cancer Moonshot Summit June 29 to support a White House initiative to double the rate of cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Students reported a heightened sense of inclusion in the classroom and higher confidence in discussing the topics they learned in an active learning evolutionary biology class.
As New York's dairy farms get larger and store more manure, methane emissions have doubled in the last two decades. To reduce this potent greenhouse gas in the atmosphere, Cornell researchers advocate combustion.
On July 4, the veil over Jupiter's mysteries will be ripped away with the arrival of NASA’s Juno mission, and Cornell's Jonathan Lunine will be there to watch it happen.
Uncovering the details of a 100 million-year-old symbiosis between bacteria and whiteflies opens the door for controlling an insect pest that is rated one of the top 10 invasive species on the planet.
Deborah Estrin, professor of computer science at Cornell Tech and professor of public health at Weill Cornell Medicine, has won a 2017 IEEE Internet Award for for contributions to internet technology.
In the face of climate change and inevitable sea level rise, Cornell scientists studying the Hudson River estuary have forecast 33 percent more wetland area by the year 2100.
A team from Ithaca High School is among three winners in the recent Cornell CubeSat satellite contest, all of whom will have the chance to send their satellites into space on a NASA rocket.
Blue-collar training without a strong college-preparatory focus leads to blue-collar jobs for men but penalizes women in the labor market, says April Sutton, a postdoctoral fellow at the Cornell Population Center.