Researchers at Cornell, Georgia Tech and the U.S. Forest Service have found that when an animal preserve corridor includes areas that are hospitable to two species, the cost is far less than it would be to create separate corridors for each one.
Faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences will discuss this year's presidential election and what it means for the future of our country, Nov. 1.
Cornell and UC Davis researchers have begun to reckon the marine ecosystem devastation of the Salish Sea – north of Seattle – caused by a disease that led to the disappearance of once-abundant sunflower sea stars.
New Cornell research suggests an economically viable model to scrub carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to thwart runaway, point-of-no-return global warming.
National Labor Relations Board Chairman Mark Pearce '75 spoke on Change and Challenges: The NLRB after 81 Years at Cornell Law School Oct. 24.
In recognition of a $50 million gift aimed at enriching the diversity of undergraduate engineering, the Robert Frederick Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering was formally dedicated Oct. 21.
Cornell is leading a national alliance aimed at improving the safety of fresh produce and helping fruit and vegetable growers meet new regulatory requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Ross Tate, an expert on programming languages, will work on a team to fix a security problem in the widely used Java language.
Engineering professors Paul Steen and Michel Louge have both received funding from the National Science Foundation and NASA's CASIS program to send experiments to the International Space Station.
To advance a powerful cancer treatment strategy that uses immune cells to fight the disease, Ellen and Gary Davis '76 have made a $2 million gift to Weill Cornell Medicine to drive ongoing research in immunotherapy.