Researchers observed a mass of atoms cooled almost to absolute zero so that they could tunnel from place to place. But as long as the observation continued, no tunneling occurred.
An Oct. 22 ceremony officially introduced Cornell University's renovated, state-of-the-art Stocking Hall, home to the Department of Food Sciences, which is expected to benefit New York's food economy.
New insights into a complex mechanism that contributes to the growth of telomeres, the repetitive sequences of DNA that protect the end of a cell’s chromosomes, may lead to future cancer treatments.
H. Laurance Larry Fuller '60 and Nancy Lawrence Fuller '62 have endowed the Fuller Professor of Ornithology for top scientists in lab research. The first to hold the position is Irby Lovette.
Cornell researchers have engineered a tissue culture that mimics the complex environment of lymphomas – a technology that promises to rapidly advance our understanding and treatment of these tumors.
A $6 million federal grant will give a high-tech boost to Cornell research and by developing and implementing digital mapping technology to aid grape growers who produce juice, wine and table grapes.
Benjamin Franco Suarez took a break from his doctoral sociology studies at Cornell in 1972. He finished his study of fertility behavior of Bolivian Aymara women this year at age 90.
Cornell undergraduate students from a geophysics class will deploy a network of 15 seismometers around campus into the late fall, through which they will collect data for a year.
Cornell University’s entry for the International Genetically Engineered Machine synthetic biology competition earned three prizes and a gold medal at the 12th annual iGEM Giant Jamboree in Boston.
A new Weill Cornell Medicine analysis finds a much higher prevalence of hepatitis C than was previously estimated because some marginalized populations have been excluded from previous data.