Daniel T. Lichter, the new Robert S. Harrison Director of the Institute for the Social Sciences and director of the Cornell Population Center, is motivated by the stories behind the data.
Michael Willis, Cornell earth and atmospheric sciences research associate, has been named to the ArcticDEM scientific team that will – for the first time – create high-resolution topographical Arctic maps.
Julian C. Smith Jr. ‘41, M.Eng. ’42, professor emeritus of chemical and biomolecular engineering, died Aug. 30 at Kendal Ithaca.
On her first visit to the New York State Fair, Cornell President Elizabeth Garrett walked past the midway games and deep-fried foods to enjoy the fair’s educational aspect.
Cornell will host a conference showcasing cutting-edge research in computational social science with alumni and other noted scholars in the discipline Sept. 11-12 with alumni and industry speakers.
Staff from Cornell's Biotechnology Resource Center help archaeologists identify key artifacts found in Jamestown graves.
Style Engineers, an NSF-funded program to engage girls with STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) topics, is being distributed to educators nationwide following successful testing.
The Cornell Weed Science Teaching Garden gives students and the public a chance to recognize species that might harm people or animals, and reduce crop yields.
A team of Cornell chemical engineers and New England Biolabs scientists have devised a method for churning out complex proteins, including many of today's blockbuster, life-saving antibody drugs, in as little as a week.
The three co-founders of Novomer Inc., a startup company based on Cornell research, have received the 2016 Kathryn C. Hach Award for Entrepreneurial Success from the American Chemical Society.