The public is invited to watch and play at the annual Cornell Game Design Showcase, May 15 in Carpenter Hall. The showcase features PC and mobile games created by students in various classes and independent studies.
An Agriculture Research Fund established by New York state vegetable growers is an endowment based at Cornell to support critically needed research in breeding, growing and protecting vegetables.
Examining social movements to Facebook addiction, more than 50 graduating seniors showcased their research prowess at the 2015 Senior Expo for the Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholars.
In March, students participating in the Cornell in Washington program teamed up with international students in Muscat, Oman, to find solutions to global health security.
Cornell Cooperative Extension-New York City will help to sow innovative urban agriculture projects in Big Apple schools, Manhattan borough president Gale Brewer announced at an April 30 press conference.
A new book co-authored by Cornell systems engineer Daniel Selva offers a modern take on the science behind complex systems.
The second episode of the video series Inside Medicine at Weill Cornell chronicles the relationship between Drs. BJ Casey, a neuroscientist, and Conor Liston, assistant professor.
Led by Cornell's Matthew Hall, researchers estimate racial segregation grew between Latinos and whites by nearly 50 percent and between blacks and whites by about 20 percent during the late 2000s housing bust.
A Cornell student team has advanced to the finals in a national competition to build a prototype machine to assist human explorers on Mars. They will compete in the Utah desert May 28-30.
A new project will harness the power of genome editing – a technique that allows researchers to replace DNA in a living cell – to improve rice, a staple crop that feeds half the world’s people.