David M. Lodge, the Francis J. DiSalvo Director of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future discusses his priorities in the coming year and how the center is making an impact around the world.
Leveling the information playing field with traders could be hugely beneficial for farmers in the volatile Indian cotton market, according to Cornell research.
Rohit Verma highlighted the work of the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures during a Reunion Weekend forum June 11 hosted by the Classes of ’71 and ’76.
Cornell-led research yields a simulation system for predicting wear caused by friction between hard surfaces, which could help expand the use of computer modeling in tribology studies.
Entering a new age in education, Dan Huttenlocher, the dean and vice provost of Cornell Tech, explained the new school's charm and allure as it begins to bloom in New York City.
The sixth annual Youth Development Research Update June 1-2 in Ithaca, funded by the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research in the College of Human Ecology, covered a lot of ground.
The Atlantic Philanthropies has granted $10 million for the Center for the Study of Inequality, based in Arts and Sciences; $3.25 million for the Law School’s International Center on Capital Punishment; and $3 million toward a welcome center.
A new study by an international research group led by scientists at the Baker Institute for Animal Health at Cornell shows that genetic differences in immune function between horses accounts for skin tumors in horses.
Four Cornell projects were awarded more than $1.65 million in total by the United States Department of Agriculture for research on plant health, production and resilience.
Researchers from Cornell and Advanced Design Consulting, Inc. of Lansing are partnering to develop synthetic ropes for use in hoist systems on U.S. Navy rescue helicopters.