The federally backed Advanced Functional Fabrics of America Institute promises to accelerate breakthroughs in fiber science and manufacturing with partner institutions including Cornell.
Two students from engineering, one from chemistry and one from physics are among 252 nationwide to be named Goldwater Scholars for achievement in mathematics, science and engineering
Journalist and business executive Sheryl WuDunn '81 will deliver the 2016 Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture, Navigating Environmental and Economic Conflicts in China and the World, April 20.
Starving immune cells of key nutrients stymies their ability to launch an allergic response, according to new research from a multi-institutional collaboration led by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.
Engaged Cornell has awarded its first Engaged Graduate Student Grants to 10 doctoral students, who are working with community and commercial partners on research projects for their dissertations.
Cornell researchers have discovered a way to open one of the major barriers to the brain, called the blood brain barrier, which prevents the entry of therapies to treat brain disorders.
A new book co-written by Morten Christiansen offers a revolutionary, unifying framework to understand the processing, acquisition and evolution of language.
Stimulants commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children are associated with low bone density, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators.
Examining survey results of local governments, half of U.S. cities and towns had specific environmental goals but only one-third had concrete sustainability plans, in a new report, published March 2016.
A study co-authored by Cornell's Richard Burkhauser contends that the overall life evaluation of citizens drops as the share of income held by the top 1 percent of the population increases.