Pouring milk into vats, then brining, ripening, dipping and taking notes, more than a dozen students produced delicious cheese at Cornell's sixth Science of Cheese Making and Vat Pasteurization workshop.
Cornell's Public Service Center is seeking applications from middle- and high school students in the Ithaca City School District for its new Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP).
Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have found a new therapeutic approach to an aggressive form of lymphoma that may greatly increase the efficacy of treatment and result in better patient outcomes.
Mann Library is highlighting climate change, along with faculty work and student opportunities in this critical area of study, in a yearlong series of special programming including lectures and exhibits.
Biochemist Jennifer Doudna, who developed a new technique in genome engineering that allows DNA to be edited almost as easily as editing text, will deliver the Racker Lecture on campus Nov. 19.
Treijon Johnson ’17 and Margo Hittleman ’81, Ph.D. ’07, discussing parallels between cultural diversity and biodiversity at the Ideas for a Better World: Sustainability Workshop Series Oct. 29.
Boyce Thompson Institute are working to apply a method that boosts beta-carotene into in potatoes to cassava plants. Biofortified cassava could help alleviate vitamin A deficiency in children.
In the war against MRSA, constructing single-patient rooms – rather than sick-bay style, multi-patient rooms – reduces hospital-acquired infections among patients, says new Cornell-led study.
The 4,000-square-foot Center for Nanomaterials Engineering and Technology is open for business with students, researchers and companies looking to use its state-of-the-art equipment.
Uma Bioseed – a Cornell student business startup formed in partnership with another Cornell startup’s technology – won $500,000 in the 43North incubator competition in Buffalo, New York, Oct. 29.