Cornell researchers have found that when a green fluorescent protein (GFP) is exposed to specific wavelengths of laser light, it turns red. The discovery has potential for researchers studying cell organelles and proteins.
A study describes how iron biofortified pearl millet resolved iron deficiency in a group of school-aged children in India within four to six months.
Physics student Joseph Parisi '18 leads a task on predicative analytics for balloon and payload trajectories as an intern at World View, a space tourism start-up.
Patients who develop bacterial endocarditis have an elevated risk of stroke beginning four months before, and up to five months after diagnosis – a period significantly longer than previously reported.
Todd Walter, associate professor in the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, has been appointed director of the New York State Water Resources Institute, effective July 1.
Weill Cornell Medical College researchers have found that if PTEN, a known tumor-suppressor gene, has mutated or is absent, the DNA replication process derails and can lead to cancer development.
Vanquishing the agony of defeat, Cornell food scientists now have better grasp on the sweet, thrilling taste of victory. And in the face of loss, the researchers found prompts for emotional eating.
Christopher L. Henley, professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, died June 29 after an illness. He was 59 years old.
Cornell social scientists have shown how to reduce wide variability for monetary judgments when juries are awarding plaintiff's for pain and suffering. It all comes down to getting the gist.
Undergraduates from across the country are spending several weeks at Cornell this summer researching topics in accelerator physics or X-ray science thanks to two programs funded by the National Science Foundation.