Nurturing creativity in science will be explored on July 25 by leading scientists, including two Nobel Prize winners, at the Creativity Spark: a creativity workshop for scientists.
Immobilizing negatively charged ions in the polymer-like separators of rechargeable lithium batteries is shown to result in stable electrodeposition, even at relatively high current densities.
Gilbert Stoewsand, a Cornell food scientist who helped to rescue New York's fledgling wine industry in the early 1970s by debunking shoddy science that attributed health risks wine made from hybrid grapes, died July 4. He was 83.
A study of sepals in Arabidopsis plants reveals the mystery of what makes flowers on a plant almost identical.
Rodney Dietert, Cornell professor of immunotoxicology, has penned a new book that calls for a new paradigm in how we view public health and human biology.
The key to curing multiple sclerosis may well lie in the mysterious signaling of lipids, a major component of cells, says Cornell chemist Jeremy Baskin.
Cornell researchers have helped develop a recellularized human colon model that could be used to track the pathogenesis of colon cancer and possibly gain insight into its spread to other organs.
The grant, awarded to four New York City medical centers, including Weill Cornell Medicine, aims to improve physicians' ability to prevent and treat disease based on individual differences in lifestyle, environment and genetics.
Three pairs of early career scientists have been named the inaugural Mong Family Foundation Fellows in Neurotech. They will work jointly under the mentorship of faculty across Cornell to advance brain technologies.
Single-strand DNA sequencing method used for analyzing ancient remains applied by Cornell researchers to sequencing of cell-free DNA taken from plasma of transplant patients, resulting in greater yield of ultrashort cfDNA.