Cornell University announced today that it will establish an integrated College of Business with the transformative excellence, scope and scale to cement the university’s position as a world-class center of teaching and research for business management and entrepreneurship.
A Cornell team has created the first self-assembled three-dimensional superconductor, another step toward creation of a material that could act as a superconductor at or above room temperature.
Cornell names Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in recognition of the leadership of philanthropist
A combined $50 million commitment from Robert F. Smith '85, founder, chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners, and the foundation of which he is a founding director will support chemical and biomolecular engineering and African-American and female students in engineering in Ithaca and at Cornell Tech.
Thirteen students and two faculty members from the Department of Fiber Science Apparel Design traveled to India Jan. 2-16 in a class trip to visit textile and apparel production centers.
A series of new and innovative projects at Cornell's Central Energy Plant aims to significantly cut campus water use by millions of gallons a year.
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have found that the survival rate of treated Haitian AIDS patients is equal to American patients, despite poverty and economic and political obstacles.
Cornell researchers have completed the largest genetic study of dogs to date, comprising the genetic analysis of 4,200 dogs. The study investigated 180,000 genetic markers.
Visual content on social media sites present challenges to blind users. Cornell researchers suggest that the technology used on Facebook and other social media sites should be adapted to improve accessibility.
A versatile architectural technology created by a Cornell design professor has been adopted by sustainability-minded students to build bamboo-based hurricane- and earthquake-resistant structures.
The College of Arts and Sciences is launching a semester-long celebration of the arts and humanities with marquee events, speaker series and panel discussions, and a celebration for Klarman Hall.