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.
A gift from Andrew ’71 and Ann Tisch to Cornell University and the American Technion Society has created an endowed professorship at the Joan Irwin Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech.
Cornell researchers in the Department of Food Science found exposure to light-emitting diode (LED) sources for even a few hours degrades the perceived quality of fluid milk more than microbes.
Cornell computer scientists are leaders in the emerging field of software-defined networking, which takes an open-source approach to network connectivity.
A new paper from Cornell psychology professor Morten Christiansen argues language processing, acquisition and evolution, as well as the structure of language itself, are profoundly shaped by fundamental limitations on sensory and cognitive memory.
To keep riverfront towns alluring in the face of climate change and rising waters, graduate students at Cornell’s Climate-Adaptive Design studio sketch flexibility into a Hudson River town.
On May 11, three Cornell Prison Education Program students beamed when judges declared them winners in a debate against the Cornell Speech Debate Society team.
Six doctoral students in the field of government presented papers and met fellow Ph.D. students and faculty interested in global security at a workshop May 23-25 in Sweden.
Colin Parrish, Ph.D. ’84, an expert in animal virology, will share share his knowledge and ideas as a visiting professor at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, as Fulbright scholar.
On May 16, the fifth annual Classroom Research and Teaching Symposium brought together graduate students and faculty who apply their research skills to develop more effective teaching practices.